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Szerző/Author: Ádám Bethlenfalvy (Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest)
E-mail: bethlenfalvy.adam@kre.hu
Rövid életrajz/Bio: Ádám Bethlenfalvy has worked in the field of Theatre in Education and Drama in Education for the past two decades in Hungary and the UK. He has also taken part in research activities in the field as one of the founders of InSite Drama. Currently he is the course director for the Drama in Education teacher training course and Associate Professor at the Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church, Budapest. His books titled Living Through Extremes in Process Drama and Dráma a tanteremben (Drama in the Classrom) were published in 2020.
How to cite:
 Theatron, Vol. 16. No. 4. (2022): 150–156.
Cím/Title (ENG): How to deal with multitudes? (Mary McAvoy and Peter O’Connor, eds: The Routledge Companion to Drama in Education)

The Routledge Companion to Drama in Education is a fifty-seven-chapter strong compilation of writings on the wide concept of drama in education. It is a “comprehensive resource for scholars, artists, and educators”, according to the editors Mary McAvoy and Peter O’Connor. The scope of themes, contexts, approaches, localities, methodologies and authors included in the volume reflect their aim, and it seems beyond question that the publication has all the characteristics needed to become a seminal reference point for those writing about drama education. It also seems evident that the book will be used as a steppingstone by many who are studying to become scholars, artists, or educators in the field of drama education.