Creative Dramatics: Process or Product? Richard by Richard G. Kolezynski
If the main characteristic of children's drama is its travel-like fluidity (Slade 1955), in which there is no permanent resting place, then the idea of creative drama as a process is certainly strengthened. In a drama, what is happening now is more important than what will or will happen in the future.
The immediate experience is more important than everything it leads to. Children's paths and journeys take precedence over the destinations set by teachers.
Creative drama can also be considered a product. It is always the product of an imaginative mind in the process of creation - a direct, mysterious and sensitive product. It is the product of children walking, hopping, stopping on long journeys, and stopping for long periods of time to run.
Myungja Anna Koh