STORIES OF PERSONAL AND COMMUNITY RESILIENCE during the pandemic
Saturday, April 11, 2pm-3:30pm – On Zoom video conference
In partnership with Sustainable Arlington and Envision Arlington
You must register in advance to get the link and password to join in.
RSVP using this registration form
What to expect in the online show
How are we doing as a community during this scary time? True Story Theater will help us explore what grounds us in this turbulent time, and ways we have been giving and receiving support, personally and as a community. After volunteers speak, the actors will embody the emotional essence of what was shared, using movement, music, and dialogue. Once or twice during the event, we’ll also be in online “breakout rooms” to talk briefly with one other participant about how we’ve been doing this past month and to talk about the show.
Please arrive 5 -10 min before the start time – to help get settled with the basic controls and support the success of this online event.
Donations appreciated! $5 – $25+ All contributions are matched 1:1 by the NEA.
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.