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New edition of the IPTN Journal

We are very proud to announce the online publication of the latestedition of the IPTN Journal. Co-editors Radhika Jain and Steve Nashhave been working together for over a year to complete their first issue,which has ‘Diversity’ as its theme. It features contributions fromplaybackers in Hong Kong, Tasmania, India, United Kingdom, UnitedStates, Israel, Spain, South Africa, Portugal and Germany. They havealso started the important task of re-organising past issues of theJournal into a more accessible…

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Playback in India for women and for youth of urban slums

Upcoming on IPTN Program Schedule:Saturday, May 7th, 2022 – 3-4:15pm UTC Program: Playback in India for women and for youth of urban slums with Chetna Mehrotra Rangbhumi’s Playback Theatre performance wing “Ghumakkad Playback Theatre” explores the spaces of gender and power, and its intersectionality with socio-economic conditions. We explore the educational learning design choices of stakeholders (women and youth) in our Indian society. Through social public engagement, integrating Playback Theater with other Applied Theater…

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“Secret Dates” brought together playback groups from Greece (Echo) and from Spain (Entrespejos)!

If you are interested with your group to make friends with another group from some other part of the globe, please write to secretdates@iptn.info and we will find a good match for you!

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José Marques – Regional representative for Portugal

Regional representatives are a big part of IPTN so they deserve to be in the spotlight! We’d like to introduce them to you all one by one. Today’s spot is for…José Marques, Regional representative for Portugal “Conheci o Playback na Austrália e agora sou praticante dentro do grupo Teatro Imediatosedeado em Lisboa. O meu objectivo é promover colaboração entre os grupos de Portugal e promover participação a nível internacional.” “Learnt Playback in Australia and…

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Greek expatriates around the world

Program: Online Playback Theater –about people leaving and returning to their homelands.  Featuring a presentation about work with Greek expatriates around the world. From Playback Psi (Ψ) Theatre group Register for this program by clicking here After the recent financial crisis Greece once again experienced a mass exodus of young professionals that have found themselves seeking employment all over the world.  This project identified the differences between older Greek migrants who immigrated (since at…

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See you in South Africa

We are delighted to announce the next host of IPTN conference in South Africa.Get your bags ready for 2023 as we begin planning the process! The IPTN conference committee received a total of four applications. We worked together with external reviewers to present a diverse recommendation to the IPTN board. 12 members of the board voted and while all countries received votes, South Africa won the bid with the highest votes (58%). We look…