Saturday, March 13th at 4pm
An online interactive performance and community sharing with True Story Theater
What helps you feel safe? What does public safety encompass? How can a community support safety, belonging, and care for people of all identities and circumstances? How might we re-envision public safety in the community? How can we genuinely hear each other’s perspectives to innovate new visions?
You are welcome to share your own personal feelings and experiences–and it’s fine to just watch and listen. Each person who takes a risk to share will be reflected, respectfully and creatively, by the improvisational theater troupe, True Story Theater. The performers will embody the essence of what they heard through movement, music and drama. Our purpose is to help us understand each other deeply, in an honest, human way, from the heart. Learn more at TrueStoryTheater.org or LexPride.
This multi-part series is meant to extend and deepen the work of the Town of Lexington to advance racial and social justice. By sharing, listening deeply, and discussing community voices and concerns, we will expand our vision for greater equity in our community. Sponsored by LexPride. Cosponsored by Cary Memorial Library, Lexington Human Services Department, and Lexington Interfaith Clergy Association.
This project is funded in part by a grant from the Lexington Council for the Arts, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Thank you to the sponsors this is a free event. Donations are welcomed to True Story Theater to support bringing arts into important community sharing.
(Previous show: Th. 2/25 Stories of Finding Home for Everyone)