Jonathan Fox, MA, TEP is a Fellow of the American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama and was winner of the Innovator's Award of the ASGPP.
was keynote speaker at the Society's annual meeting in 2006.
The founder of playback theatre, he
has practiced in many different cultural contexts.
Jonathan is also the director of the School of Playback Theater which attracts students from all over the world every summer.
He also recently served as the Co-director, Brandeis International Program, Recasting Reconciliation
through the Arts and Culture, Brandeis University
Jonathan is author and/or editor of numerous books and articles on Playback Theater and Psychodrama, including: The Essential Moreno:Writings on Psychodrama, Group Method, and Spontaneity (1987); Acts of Service: Spontaneity, Commitment, Tradition in the Non-scripted Theatre (1994); Gathering Voices: Essays on Playback Theatre (1999), and a chapter on playback theatre in Africa for the forthcoming book, Compendium of Applied Theatre.
books and articles have been translated into many languages including German, Japanese, and Bulgarian.
Jonathan is an internationally renowned trainer and within the last year has taught at New York University, University of Windsor (Canada), and Manhattanville College, as well as institutes in Finland, Japan, Germany, Ireland, Northern Ireland, and the Netherlands.
is also a sought after keynote speaker.