June 17th – June 20th, 2017

Location: Nola Rehearsal Studios
250 West 54th St, 11th Floor
Between Broadway & 8th Ave
​New York, NY 10019
**This is a non-residential workshop**

Getting a strong start in Playback Theatre means taking enough time to immerse yourself in the rich atmosphere and dynamics of the playback experience. In this four-day intensive, you’ll learn all the basics, with lots of opportunities to practice. Playback forms will be taught—scenes, fluid sculptures, pairs, tableau stories, and more. Each student will have a chance to try the roles of conductor and musician, as well as actor. And, of course, everyone will tell and enact stories together, in the spirit of fun and fellowship. Designed for new and relatively new students.

Prerequisite: None

Cost: $725.00**
**Early Bird Discount** – register prior to April 15th and pay $653.00
To apply for a scholarship, please use the application found HERE.

Teacher:
Sarah Halley
sarah photo1[4]Sarah has been teaching and performing Playback Theatre for 22 years. She is the former president of the IPTN Board, a graduate of the Center for Playback Theatre and a co-founder of 2 playback companies. She currently co-directs Playback for Change in Philadelphia, and is committed to using Playback Theatre as a vehicle for social change.