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Playback Theatre

Address: Beatrice St Doubleview WA 6018
Phone: 08 9446 1350
Email: artales@carmel.wa.edu.au

Tags: contemporary arts, workshop, playback

Playback is an improvisational storytelling form in which audience stories are played back on the spot by an ensemble of trained actors.

The performers work with a range of reflective performance forms, the central one being ‘stories’. After a story is told there is no pre-planning, just a musical interlude as the actors set up for the scene. When the music stops the story begins! The focus is on illuminating the essence or heart of the story. Several or more stories are done in a performance of Playback Theatre. The audience sees that their stories are honored in a creative, dynamic way.

Playback can also be done in a workshop setting where the participants of the workshop become the actors and storytellers. These workshops are designed to serve the specific needs of the community or organization. Workshops come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the group or organization goals.



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