ABOUT EXCHANGE THEATRE

​​ Exchange Theatre is a form of interactive theatre that encourages communication and the exchange of views on topical issues like illness (mental illness, anorexia, etc.), relationships, discrimination, migration etc. The form was created in 1997 by Bernard Grosjean, a French director who was inspired by Augusto Boal’s concept of the Theatre of the Oppressed​, another form of issue-based theatre.​​ 
An Exchange Theatre show consists of 3 key parts:
​1.  REENACTMENT: Actors play scenes informed by real-life problematic situations.

2.  DISCUSSION: Spectators are invited to discuss and debate, based on the problematic scenes they have just watched.
3.  INTERVENTION: Actors play the same scenes again. This time, the spectators can stop the scene at any point, come on stage, and try to bring about their desired outcome or resolution.
Shows We Offer:

'IN ONE BOAT' - on School Bullying
'WOMEN AT WORK' - on Challenges faced by Women in the Workplace​
and other customized shows on Unconscious Bias, Workplace Harassment and Women in Leadership Positions.
CLIENTS:

​LEADWOMEN

SUBSEA 7
HELP INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL


PETRONAS
BURSA MALAYSIA
TAYLOR’S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
PARTNERS:

For our corporate clients, we work closely with Cultural Impact .