Healing the Wounds of History
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Scroll down to find an open row. Then enter your info. Thank you.Wed. Nov. 28, 8-9:15pm (eastern time) Healing the wounds of historyWe will be using Zoom for these calls. Before the call, we will email you the telephone number and a link if you would like to join the video chat.
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Yes. PresenterVirginiaMurphyvirginia@playbackmemphis.orgrejoiningMemphis,TNPlayback Memphissince 2002playbackmemphis.orgdirector, actor, executive director of Playback Memphis (501c3)
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On the call. PresenterArmandVolkasarmandvolkas@gmail.comyesOakland, CALiving Arts Playbacksince 1986http://livingartsplayback.orgdirector, conductor
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On the call, with Sarah, Jody, Raz, JakeSarah FinnellSarah.finnell@gmail.comYesI’m the leader/coordinator of a small, still emerging playback company in a community discussing and grappling with colonization/de-colonization. I’d love to learn ways to navigate playback for decolonization, historical/generational trauma, and healing.Fairbanks, AKBreadcrumbs Theatre Company2ishFacebook/breadcrumbstheatreConductor/director
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on callKarenRachelskarenrachels@gmail.comyesOakland, CA
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on callDarylSniderdaryl.snider@gmail.comyesArmand has so much wisdom to share, particularly on this topic. As a playback musician with a masters in conflict transformation, I just want to learn more.Lancaster, PARiver Crossing Playback Theatre5
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on callChristopherEllingerChristopher@truestorytheater.orgyesArlington, MATrue Story Theater17www.truestorytheater.orgdirector, actor, conductor, trainer
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on callBeverly GWardphdant@gmail.comYesI am an AVP facilitator and have done Healing Trauma workshops. I also have worked with moral injury and am involved with right relations work.Umatilla and Tampa, FLLiving Mirror3+actor, semi-conductor (LOL)
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on the callJudySwallowjudyswallow99@gmail.comyesplayback can be a small and steady offering for healing the wounds of historyNew Paltz, NYCommunity Playback Theatre40+www.communityplaybacktheatre.orgactor, conductor, trainer, co-director of collective
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on the callMarcelaDescalzimarsfer4@gmail.comyeshouston,txHouston Playback11
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on the callNirRaznirchu@gmail.comyesI work for many years with the therapeutics aspects of Playback theatre Phoenix, AZEssential Theatre15+
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on the callThomasNovaktnovak@mymts.netyesI use playback as a part of dialogue series I organized, dialoges between indigenous people and other culturesWinnipeg, ManitobaRed Threads of Peace6
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on callTanya WilliamsFriendsofthefloor@gmail.comNot sure Considering using playback in this way.Kitchener Ontario Did it for 6-7 years Actor , Conductor
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on the callDebScottdebescott@hotmail.comYesWhether overt or submerged, our history is present. I'm interested in how we choose to confront our deepest stories through our playback practice and community.Asheville, NCAsheville Playback Theatre20+Actor, Conductor, Teacher
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on the callToniaPinheirotonia@truestorytheater.orgyesIndividual stories that illustrate the generational effects of genocide, slavery, oppression and incarceration of Natives, Africans and other people in the US, and elsewhere in the world, is ready for an honest look; how to reflect this sensitively in Playback is of great interest to meRandolph MATrue Story Theater15www.truestorytheater.orgactor, conductor, musician
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on the callLenoreBajare-Dukeslhduke@gmail.comyesI work a little on truth-telling & reconciliation processes happening locally in the US about violence against African-Americans. As these local commissions proliferate, I want to help open space for more arts-based and other non-legalistic ways of truth-telling and uncovering harm. I'd love to know more: a) around trauma-sensitive Playback, and b) to what extent it's recommended to have actors who come from the various identity groups you're working with, and/or who are well-versed in the historical harms they'll be addressing.Harrisonburg, VAInside Out 3actor, beginning conductor.
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on the callKristyPacekvpsummer@yahoo.comyeswant to learn more about this Los Angeles, CAPeople's Playbacksince 1993actor, conductor
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yes, at 8:30pmEmilyAndersonemilyanderson622@gmail.comyesinterning with True Story Theater. Student of Expressive Arts at Lesley University.Cambridge, MA
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yesAmyTaiamyhtai@gmail.comyesIt's crucial to understand the wounds of history n order to heal ourselves; we are not disembodied beings who exist separate from our pasts...Newton, MATrue Story Theaternewapprentice, Board member
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YesClaireHewittclaire@creativespark.nzYesQuestion:Remaining curious about: How to stay in the form and not divert to therapyWellington NZAlpha Omega Playback Theatre Company17 or 18 yearshttp://www.creativespark.nz/projects/alpha-omega-playbackConductor Leader
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yesGregoryFordgregory.j.ford@gmail.comnoIt just seems relevant to the world we live in.Washington, DCunafiliated24teacher, actor, conductr
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YesJamieHoflingjkhofling@gmail.com?new to playbackLawrence, KSLawrence Playback Theatre10actor
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YesLaenHershlerlaenman@gmail.comyesI begin a process in this area very soonVancouver, BCVancouver Play back10actor, facilitator
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YesPeterAbramsp_abrams@telus.netyesWe've begun to work with Syrian refugees settling in the Vancouver area, so this is very timely.Vancouver, BCVancouver Playback Theatre19https://vancouverplaybacktheatre.com/conductor, actor, trainer, co-leader, founder
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yesrebeccaleemotherprairie@gmail.comnew to playbacklawrence, ksLawrence Playback Theatre10actor
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YesRoseThornrosethoen.email@gmail.comyesI am a therapist and playback performer and conductor and have been wondering about setting up a Playback Project with women survivors of domestic abuse. I am also a co-founder of a black women's PT company called Breathing Fire and having embodied generational trauma can help or hinder us sharing our stories.Wales UKThe Golden Thread15+www.facebook.com/TheGoldenThreadPlaybackTheatreCompanywww.facebook.com/TheGoldenThreadPlaybackTheatreCompany
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yesTashaPaleytashapal@gmail.comyesSounds like a vital application of PBBklyn, NY25+www.facebook.com/TheGoldenThreadPlaybackTheatreCompanyteacher, actor, conductr
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RegretsDanaRungaydanarungay@gmail.comyesSo sorry to miss this opportunity to learn from Armand and the group. Warm wishes, DanaWinnipeg, ManitobaRed Threads of Peace10playbackwinnipeg.blogspot.caactor, conductor, director, organizer
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NoAlejandroMoranamoran69@videotron.caYesEverything related with Healing I am interested with it.Montreal, Quebec, CanadaOllin Théâtre Transformation24ConductorEvery Wenesday I have rehearsal with my company. This is why I can't make it for the teleconferences.
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noJaniceEngjanice.eng2@gmail.comsigning up today.I am interested in how PB can support healing collective trauma for both those directly affected, plus those who have the privilege of not being aware or having to do something about it. Seattle, WAPTNW and Mountain to Sound8?http://playbacktheaternw.org/interim actor/conductorThank you!
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MaybeAnnDuchateauAnn@lifeonstage.beYesI work also as a conflict mediator. I’d like to find out if playback is suitable as a mediation format for large groups.BelgiumLife on Stage1,5Www.lifeonstage.beConductor/director
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maybeLizPolenehpolen@gmail.comyesI'm an actor for a local playback company, and just started a Masters in Counseling with the goal of becoming a Registered Drama Therapist.Phoenix, AZEssential Theatre2actor
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Yes.SusanSouthardessentialtheatre@cox.netyesI'm actually sick tonight, so I'll just be listening. Can't wait.Southern Pines, NCEssential Theatre (AZ)23WebsitesArtistic DirectorAny other comments?
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