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    November 30, 2006 BindleBlasts! Pinoy Playback Theatre Project DON T MISS OUT! THREE SHOWS ONLY! To make a RESERVATION or to VOLUNTEER, please call (415)
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      November 30, 2006
      BindleBlasts!
      Pinoy Playback Theatre Project
      DON'T MISS OUT! THREE SHOWS ONLY!
        
      To make a RESERVATION or to VOLUNTEER, please call (415) 255-0440.

      Improvisational Theater, bringing audience member stories to life.
       
      Upcoming shows at Bindlestiff Studio
       
      Thursday 11/30/06 “Stories Mo” Your Stories - Opening Night
       
      Friday 12/1/06 “The Tibak Show” Activist Stories and Dreams
      All activists and allies are invited to attend and share a story of struggle and or victory and dreams for what we could have in the future.
       
      Saturday 12/2/06 “Elders and Ancestors”
      An evening to honor those before us and their contribution to our lives. Doors open at 7:30PM, show begins at 8PM. Bindlestiff Studio, 505 Natoma St. at 6th, San Francisco $10 -15 sliding scale.
       
      Please call (415) 255-0440 to make a reservation or to volunteer.
       
      These 3 performances are the culmination of 10-workshop project introducing Playback Theater improvisational forms to Bindlestiff Studio.
       
      What it Playback Theater? Playback Theater is an improvisational theater form created in 1975 by Jonathan Fox in New York. Audiences members provide stories and content for the performance which the conductor (facilitator) helps relay to the actors and musician. The stories are told, actors are cast into roles, and the story is acted out improvisationaly in a way to reflect back the essence of the telling. Performances focus on various themes reflecting the experiences of the audience. Unlike some forms of improv theater, the goal of Playback Theater is first to reflect back and honor the experience of the Teller, vs. make the audience laugh. This form of theater is practiced in more than 30 countries across the world and is being used by larger numbers of people to heal the effects of war, oppression, to promote cooperative spirit, empathy and to have a lot of fun!


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      Pinoy Playback Theatre Project OPENS TONIGHT!
      www.bindlestiffstudio.org or call (415) 255-0440




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