Auditions, Sunday, May 5: True Story Theater
True Story Theater’s mission is to promote social healing through interactive theater. We bring improvisational storytelling theatre to constituencies across Greater Boston: homeless vets, anti-racism activists, cancer survivors, immigrants, teen leaders, and many others.
We especially welcome men, people of color, non-binary or binary trans individuals to join our creative ensemble. Have any friends who fit this description? This is a spectacular opportunity for the right person!
Once trained, you can perform as your schedule allows. We have gigs day and evening, on weekdays and weekends. The minimum time contributed per member is about one rehearsal and one performance a month.
Intrigued? Please read the audition info page. If you have not studied Playback Theatre, attend the classes below before auditioning. We hope to hear from you!
For more info email Christopher: Info@TrueStoryTheater.org
Playback Theater Classes – Sat. afternoons
Playback Theatre is an intimate unique form of improvisational embodied storytelling based on empathetic listening. It started over 40 years ago and is practiced in 60 countries.
Whether you’re a veteran actor or the very thought of being on stage fills you with fright, our classes offer a satisfying and fun experience. We create an informal, connective and environment where even complete beginners feel comfortable and affirmed. Newcomers uncover their ability to trust and express themselves. Experienced improvisers bring their skills to a new level of authenticity and emotional depth. Everyone sharpens their ability to listening and empathize — essential skills for everyday relationships.
Saturday afternoons through early May, at True Story Theater’s home studio in East Arlington (note: space is up one flight of stairs). Fine to try one class.
For details, see our website, TrueStoryTheater.org
Email Info@TrueStoryTheater.org to reserve your space