9Apr
rlevitow April 9, 2014 No Comments

When disaster strikes, Playback responds: Announcing upcoming 2014 courses

When disaster strikes, Playback responds: Announcing upcoming 2014 courses 

Join Playback co-founder, Jo Salas, and seasoned Playback trainer, Pamela Freeman in Cambridge, MA from May 15 through May 18, as they explore how to approach trauma stories in the wake of disaster. Included will be topics such as relationship-building within the community prior to offering performances, and enacting individual stories with awareness and safety.

When disaster, whether natural or human-made, strikes a community, we often have a strong impulse to offer Playback Theatre to those who have been affected. This training is a wonderful way as a Playback community to discuss and work on issues around trauma that are becoming more common in the stories we are hearing. 

 

Designed for company members with three or more years' experience, Collective Trauma: Playback Responds will yield new knowledge, insight and techniques that can strengthen and enrich our practice.

Register today!

Learn more about additional upcoming 2014 courses here:

Core Training – Summer Session

Active Conducting – Summer Session

Advanced Skills – Summer Session

Play it Forward: Playback and Youth

Implicit and Explicit Anti-Oppression in PT

Playback Leadership Training – Canada

Core Training – Brazil

Bringing Out the Music – Brazil

Catching the Story – Brazil

Active Conducting – Brazil 

Advanced Skills – Brazil

For additional information please contact the office.

Heidi Reagan, Administrator

office@playbackcentre.org

+1 914-246-0028

Tagged with:
You may also like: