In our second interview, Rhys Morgan talks to the founders of the Oxford Based Human story theatre.
Most actors have to ‘wear’ a variety of working ‘hats’ and Amy and Gaye met ten years ago while wearing their ‘medical roleplay hats’, in Oxford. Together, and separately, they work as role-players and facilitators in teaching communication skills to medical students, and Nurses, Doctors & Midwives.
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Now back to Human Story Theatre – As their website says Straddling the two worlds of make-believe and the real life certainly crystallised the idea of Human Story Theatre which has become the perfect vehicle for Amy and Gaye’s concerns regarding health and social care.
I asked them to tell me their story.
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