True Story Theater actors will dramatize what we’re hearing or some of what’s up in our community, such as: How do we address climate change? How to reduce stigma for people grappling with opioids and other substance addictions? How to support greater diversity and inclusion in our schools and community? How to improve relationships between citizens and police? After the show, we’ll have a talkback with many community partners for the two-year “Listening Project” funded in part by the NEA Our Town program and Foley Hoag Foundation.
7:30 pm – Performance
9 pm – Community member talkback
Arlington Center for the Arts
20 Academy St, Arlington, 3rd fl
(Accessible entry on Maple St. Then take the elevator to 3rd floor)
Get discounted general admission tickets at https://truestorytheater.bpt.me
Tickets available at the door: $20-general, $30-Supporter, $5+ -pay-what-you-can
* This event is part of “The Listening Project: Strengthening civic dialogue through storytelling theatre” which is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Foley Hoag Foundation.