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Audience members respond to seeing a True Story Theater performance with the Mystic LGBTQ+ Youth Support Network and the Arlington Human Rights Commission. Video produced by Mark Teiwes.
Moments from “Stories of the Port,” a performance in partnership with Sarah Boyer of the Cambridge Historical Commission honoring experiences of people who live or work in the Port area of Cambridge. This project was supported in part by The Cambridge Art Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Featuring the Arlington Public Library, this was the first of our Community Partners series, helping four Town of Arlington organizations tell the story of their contributions to the community.
The 3-1/2 minute news segment was created by Arlington Cable TV. Keep in mind that this was a public show with children in the audience, while most of our performances are for private groups of adults, often exploring more serious themes.
Audience members share reflections after being part of True Story’s “Conversations about death with loved ones” at First Parish in Bedford. October 2017.
3-minutes from True Story Theater’s live performance for “Elder economic and personal safety” with the Arlington Council on Aging at Arlington Town Hall on June 24, 2014 filmed by ACMi.
Here’s a 99-second glimpse of the powerful Playback Theatre work by sister companies of True Story Theater across North America….
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