2019 IPTN Conference 'Celebrating Diversity'

Dear Playbackers, The next IPTN conference will be 2019 in south India. The local team has chosen for the theme ‘Celebrating Diversity’ and their reasoning is: 
"Worldwide, diversity is...

2019 IPTN Conference 'Celebrating Diversity'

Dear Playbackers, The next IPTN conference will be 2019 in south India. The local team has chosen for the theme ‘Celebrating Diversity’ and their reasoning is: 
"Worldwide, diversity is...

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President's Letter
Pitkänen, Jori

Dear IPTN members, playbackers worldwide and everyone else, hello! I was elected as the n...

What’s New from the Board

President's Letter
Pitkänen, Jori

Dear IPTN members, playbackers worldwide and everyone else, hello! I was elected as the n...

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Chorus in Playback Theater - the beating heart of the group mind
Traditionally the Greek Chorus was a homogeneous, non-individualized group of performers, who gave a collective voice on the dramatic action sometimes adding an interpretation or a wider understanding of the dialogue of the main characters (Pavis & Shantz, 1998). We can see that the strength of the chorus was the ‘anonymity’ and ability to contribute a unique, bold voice.
In Playback Theater (PT), both Salas (1999) and Lubrani Rolnik (2009) describe the traditional PT Chorus, which is based on a group of actors, standing together, repeating and echoing individual offers as they arise.

Featured Article

Chorus in Playback Theater - the beating heart of the group mind
Traditionally the Greek Chorus was a homogeneous, non-individualized group of performers, who gave a collective voice on the dramatic action sometimes adding an interpretation or a wider understanding of the dialogue of the main characters (Pavis & Shantz, 1998). We can see that the strength of the chorus was the ‘anonymity’ and ability to contribute a unique, bold voice.
In Playback Theater (PT), both Salas (1999) and Lubrani Rolnik (2009) describe the traditional PT Chorus, which is based on a group of actors, standing together, repeating and echoing individual offers as they arise.

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