Caroline is a playwright and author. She searches for stories in all settings and is inspired by an object, a space or a tale from the past as a means to understanding the present. She is a leader in the field in the pedagogy of playwriting and writes about playwriting as a tool in educational contexts, aiding the facilitator to use the craft in multiple ways, regardless of the barriers to learning.
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Don't Forget The Lights – ‘Don’t forget the lights’ a new verbatim play for the Birmingham Repertory Theatre looking at the parity between mental and physical health [Link]
Weaving the Town – Four site specific audio drama documentaries for The Museum of Carpet 2013 [www.museumofcarpet.org]
The Wedding by Bertolt Brecht – translated for Birmingham Repertory Theatre 2003
Caroline Jester on Multilingual and Collaborative Theatre
Writing in Educaiton Issue 57
Why Teach Playwriting in Schools?
Playwriting/Pedagogy Birmingham University
Contemporary British Theatre
Towards a New Canon Birmingham City University