Tuesday, September 29th, 7-8:30pm
Watch, listen, or share personal experiences. All are welcome.
The town of Arlington has been hosting a series of online sessions about how to address structural racism in the town. A week after each event, True Story Theater has offered an opportunity for people to express their thoughts and feelings about racism in their community (whether Arlington or elsewhere), and have their experiences reflected back through spontaneous theatre. This fourth performance, September 29, is in response to the town’s Sept. 22nd event, “Closing the Circle- Acknowledgment & Apology.”
Videos of the town’s events are available here: Town of Arlington Community Conversations
You are welcome to share your own personal feelings and experiences–and fine to just watch and listen. Each person who takes a risk to share will be reflected, respectfully and creatively, by Arlington’s improvisational theater troupe, True Story Theater. The performers will instantly embody the essence of what they heard through movement, music and drama. The purpose of these True Story events is to help all of us in town more deeply understand each other in an honest, human way, from the heart.