The Multicultural Theatre Project and «Minority» Literature
Chapter 7. Developing Story, Developing Students as Texts
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DEVELOPING STORY, DEVELOPING STUDENTS AS TEXTS
What can I say about the Multicultural Theatre Project except that it has opened my eyes about life. I came in confident that I would be able to perform any role given to me. Little did I realize that the role I would portray would be the hardest role that I will ever face: myself. … I learned not only about myself, but about life in general. Many times in my life, I have felt emotional pain, due to racial, religion, and peer isolation. Now that I think about it, MTP is the first time I had addressed discrimination openly with other people. I learned that I was not alone …”
—Carlos, MTP first-year student, Telecommunications Pepperdine University Alumnus 2005
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