EVENT 1 : Jamming!
DATE : 4th Oct 2009 (SUN)
TIME : 5 PM to 7PM
COST : FREE!
LOCATION: Blk 40A, Margaret Drive, Level 2.
(Room above Queenstown Food Centre)
Jamming takes its name from the musical concept of jamming, where musicians gather, play, improvise and have fun with music.
Jamming in Playback Theatre offers you an opportunity to gather with like-minded individuals to explore and play with the different Playback Theatre forms.
If you have an interest in telling stories, playing games, meeting new people and exploring what Playback is about, then join us for Jamming every first Sunday of the month!
Participants are asked to wear comfortable tops and long bottoms but not jeans. Oh, and bring a snack to share :) and your own water bottle.
Each session is limited to 20 participants. Please register your interest at email@example.com.
EVENT 2: Playback Sampler
DATE : 18th Oct 2009 (SUN)
TIME : 2 PM to 6PM
COST : $35*
*Special Discount $25 for those who have attended Tapestry jamming sessions, current students and senior citizens.
LOCATION: Level 3, 114B, Neil Road.
Due to overwhelming response to our Sampler on 20th Sept, we have decided to open another session.
In this workshop we will play, awaken our compassionate listening and learn a couple of playback forms!
This sampler is for you if:
~ you want to know more about P.T.
~ you need a refresher course
~ you would like to experience a different form of theatre
Sign up early to avoid disappointment! Limited to 14 participants only!
Note: Bring water, a notebook, wear comfortable tops and long pants, no jeans please!
To register or send queries, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Playback Theatre is a unique form of improvisational theatre that engages people to share their stories or moments from their life, and gives them an opportunity to see their stories recreated immediately on stage.
It combines the oral traditions of story-telling, the use of rituals, deep listening skills and various performing styles. Essentially, Playback Theatre uses the arts as an act of service to affirm each person’s uniqueness, and at the same time builds and strengthens our connections to each other as a community of people.