• The Theatre and Sustainable Human Development: Fumes of Fuel and Boundless Love as Paradigms

    Author(s):
    Martins Uze E. Tugbokorowei (see profile)
    Contributor(s):
    Chukwuma B. Anyanwu, Greene I. Okome
    Date:
    2017
    Group(s):
    Canadian Theatre, Digital Humanists, Global Digital Humanities Symposium, Performance Studies, Sustainability
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/b0fd-ex56
    Abstract:
    The performing Arts encompass a wide range of disciplines which are invariably synonymous with creativity, thus, creativity is the hallmark of performance. For the sake of clarity, Performing Arts comprise Theatre Arts, Music, Dance and Choreography and the electronic media of Radio, Television and film commonly referred to as the audio-visual or media arts. Development is invariably measured by performance using certain indices. It is also part of the function of the performing arts to project development as well be evidence of development themselves. For instance, it is a sign of development to produce a play before an audience, particularly an audience composed of persons saddled with the responsibility ofshowing the direction for the development of a certain society. This paper will use the plays, Fumes of Fuel and Boundless Love to expound on the relevance of the Performing Arts in human and societal development. Keywords: Performing Arts, Creativity, Development and Humanity.
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