Theatre in education, both as a movement and as a theatrical method, represents one of the most significant developments in contemporary theatre. In its short history, it has excited and inspired, and at times unnerved, actors and teachers alike, and has provided an important bridge between theatre and education. In this updated and revised edition of "Learning Through Theatre", the contributors chart the development of TIE, identify its strengths and providing vivid accounts of its practice around the world. "Learning Through Theatre" aims to stimulate and inform. It should be of practical interest to teachers, educationalists, theatre practitioners and students of drama and education alike.