IPTN Conversation Hub


Date :2015 / 9 / 1 - 14


This year we are celebrating 40 years of playback theatre. Many of us have been doing playback for years and/or we may have worked very intensively in a short period of time. Many of us will have taken part in numerous rehearsal sessions, experienced a myriad of company life ups and downs and participated in lots of performances.

This first conversation will explore the ways in which we sustain our vitality in our playback work over time – as a playback theatre group, or practitioner. What are the ways you stay fresh? Have you felt jaded, bored, a bit lost, uncreative, unimaginative in your playback work? What do you do when this happens?
Membership Type
Practitioner
Country
Hong Kong

Date :2015 / 9 / 1 - 14


This year we are celebrating 40 years of playback theatre. Many of us have been doing playback for years and/or we may have worked very intensively in a short period of time. Many of us will have taken part in numerous rehearsal sessions, experienced a myriad of company life ups and downs and participated in lots of performances.

This first conversation will explore the ways in which we sustain our vitality in our playback work over time – as a playback theatre group, or practitioner. What are the ways you stay fresh? Have you felt jaded, bored, a bit lost, uncreative, unimaginative in your playback work? What do you do when this happens?
Membership Type
Practitioner
Country
Hong Kong