Jonathan Fox is the director of the School for Playback Theatre and co-director of Recasting Reconciliation through Culture and the Arts.
is a former Fulbright Scholar and Harvard University
graduate who has combined formal studies in oral composition, experience in experimental theatre, and post graduate certification in psychodrama to forge a theatre of story in which the script comes from the community.
Founder and artistic director of the original Playback Theatre company, and director of the School for Playback Theatre, he taught for ten years on the faculty of the State University of New York and regularly serves as guest faculty at many institutions.
When not performing and teaching playback, he
is a storyteller and author.
has written Acts of Service: Spontaneity, Commitment, Tradition in the Nonscripted Theatre, edited The Essential Moreno: Writings on Spontaneity, Psychodrama and Group Method, and co-edited Gathering Voices: Essays on Playback Theatre.