Including live music, modern dance, physical theater, and video, this improvised show will be different every night. Following each show, there will be a tightly facilitated town-hall discussion on the issues the piece presents. Experts from United For Action will be on hand to propel the conversation.
Audience members will experience a visual art installation upon entry to the theater. The artwork is the result of an intensive residency at nearby Brooklyn High School for the Arts with the science, theater and technical-theater classes. Art work will also be developed during a community art-making day for families on February 11 at 2:00 PM at Irondale Center’s Big Box of Distractions (ages 6 and up).