Introduction: Geographies of Difference - Racial and Ethnic Orientations: The Problem of Privilege - Class-Oriented Locations: The "Intense Silence" - Gender Reorientations: Constructing "Girls" and "Boys" - Sexual Orientations: Same-Sex Feelings and Families - Disorienting Abilities: What Is "Normal"?
SHARON GRADY teaches at the University of Texas in Austin, where she specializes in creative drama, theatre in education, and community outreach. She was named the 1992 Winifred Ward Scholar by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education and, in 1999, was appointed as an Associate Fellow at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
"This text is an important addition to the literature of drama with young people because it is so thoughtfully written, so much in harmony with contemporary thought and practice in education."-Johnny Saldana