Using Playback Theatre to Create Empathy

Sarah Halley (Author) | Jonathan Fox (Author)

Publication date: 03/01/2008

Using Playback Theatre to Create Empathy

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Sarah Halley has traveled from engineering to organic farming to education to social change work to the performing arts to team building, diversity training, and organizational change work. The red thread that connects them all is a passion for learning, a deep reverence for the interconnectedness of all beings, and a commitment to making the world a better place—all of which are expressed through her Playback Theatre work.

Contributor to The Change Handbook - Available as article-length Fast Fundamentals whitepaper (PDF download): Using Playback Theatre to Create Empathy


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As an undergraduate, Jonathan Fox studied oral composition at Harvard, focusing on preliterary epics. His MA is in political science, which he earned in New Zealand while on a Fulbright Fellowship. He spent two years in the Peace Corps in Nepal learning the culture of preindustrial village life. Immersed in the experimental theatre at the beginning of the 1970s, Jonathan also studied psychodrama. All these strands led to Playback Theatre, which has been his principal focus since 1975.

Contributor to The Change Handbook - Available as article-length Fast Fundamentals whitepaper (PDF download): Using Playback Theatre to Create Empathy

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