Venieri, F. 2020. Museum theatre: New approaches in interpretation (in greek) Athens: Kaleidoskopoio

Museum theater is a visitor-centered interpretation strategy, a form of public history and applied theater that has been used in heritage interpretation since the late 19th century. It is a new narrative form in Greek museology and museum education.This book presents its history, functions as well as the issues that arise. It examines the theatrical phenomenon in the light of current requirements in museum interpretation, outlines the dialogue around the tools of public engagement, the perception of the theatrical phenomenon and the relevant research results and offers an overview of its applications and functions in Greek museums. Finally, it includes an analysis of the of planning, implementing and evaluating  process focusing on the museum theater performance entitled "A visit to the" Exhibition of the Monuments of the Sacred Struggle ", April 1884" (National Historical Museum of Athens).