240 pages, 6 x 9
B&W photographs and illus.
Salmon is Everything
Community-Based Theatre in the Klamath Watershed, 2nd Edition
By Theresa May
Oregon State University Press
First published in 2014, Salmon Is Everything explores a devastating fish kill on the Klamath River by way of a dramatic play (which forms the basis of the book) and Indigenous commentary on that play. It is a unique interdisciplinary resource for high school and college level courses in environmental studies, Native American studies, and theatre arts education. New materials in this second edition include additional essays by Native faculty and actors, an updated introduction by the author, minor textual corrections throughout, and a new online resource guide.
Theresa May — director, playwright, and associate professor of theatre at the University of Oregon — is a leading voice in ecological and community-based theatre.
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