2019 IPTN Conference 'Celebrating Diversity'

Dear Playbackers, The next IPTN conference takes placefrom 5th- 8th December 2019 in Banglore, India. The local team has chosen for the theme ‘Celebrating Diversity’ and their reasoning is...

2019 IPTN Conference 'Celebrating Diversity'

Dear Playbackers, The next IPTN conference takes placefrom 5th- 8th December 2019 in Banglore, India. The local team has chosen for the theme ‘Celebrating Diversity’ and their reasoning is...

What’s New from the Board

Call for interest - IPTN seeks Board Members
Pitkänen, Jori

Exactly 30 years ago, Playback Theatre, Inc. was birthed with a mission to “enact personal experiences.” Today, the IPTN Board serves as the keeper of this charter, and invites a few select Playback practitioners to join us. In an effort to serve the international Playback community well, we are looking for culturally diverse representation among recognized leaders.

What’s New from the Board

Call for interest - IPTN seeks Board Members
Pitkänen, Jori

Exactly 30 years ago, Playback Theatre, Inc. was birthed with a mission to “enact personal experiences.” Today, the IPTN Board serves as the keeper of this charter, and invites a few select Playback practitioners to join us. In an effort to serve the international Playback community well, we are looking for culturally diverse representation among recognized leaders.

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Safety, Danger, and Playback Theatre: A survey
Some years back, I co-wrote an article called 'Safety, Danger and Playback Theatre' (Nash, Rowe 2000). It was written as a response to a series of questions and criticisms raised by therapist colleagues who had seen performances by Playback Theatre York.
Their main concern was their perception that the playback form invites vulnerability, but lacks adequate therapeutic boundaries, and is therefore unsafe, and potentially dangerous. In our response we argued...

Featured Article

Safety, Danger, and Playback Theatre: A survey
Some years back, I co-wrote an article called 'Safety, Danger and Playback Theatre' (Nash, Rowe 2000). It was written as a response to a series of questions and criticisms raised by therapist colleagues who had seen performances by Playback Theatre York.
Their main concern was their perception that the playback form invites vulnerability, but lacks adequate therapeutic boundaries, and is therefore unsafe, and potentially dangerous. In our response we argued...

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