Playback Theatre (Jonathan Fox)
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how to contact us
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Leif Smith
303-778-0880
Explorers Foundation, Inc.
PO Box 9100
Denver, CO 80209
USA
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Investment History
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2007: Cobden-Bright Award of $250
 
 
Our investment in Playback was inspired by the wisdom of Jonathan Fox, a founder of Playback, and a participant in a small conference organized by Lara Ewing Himber in Denver, Spring 2007. The experience of Playback may better fit people for a cosmopolitan world, a rare and precious habitat for explorers. This seems worth knowing more about.
 
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The Centre For Playback Theatre's Purpose Is To (from homepage, 2007):
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Encourage and foster individual human rights and community dialogue through personal improvisational theatre by facilitating the narration of diverse opinions, recollections and stories; listening; empathy; vitality; and hope.
Provide comprehensive training in playback theatre.
Advocate for and promote the application playback theatre in the pursuit of the foregoing purposes by coordinating, facilitating, and providing assistance relative to resource development, management and conservation; program development; public advocacy; and administrative support.
The Centre is committed to the participation of students from different cultures, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds, and to the ethical and creative development of playback theatre throughout the world.
 
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Glyph 214: Playback Theatre, by Lara Ewing Himber
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