Continuing the Conversation: An Evening of Short Plays Inspired by Current Events

A follow-up to Dreamcatcher’s Evening of Short Plays in Response to the Election, Continuing the Conversation is an opportunity to check in with the community on what’s important to us in real time. Written on a theme chosen by the writers in the months prior to the production, Continuing the Conversation will be focused on the interaction between the stories we tell in the theatre and the lives we are living. It’s a chance to connect artists to audience in an immediate way, with several discussions following the performances throughout the run.

Contact Information
  1. Laura Ekstrand
  2. 908-514-9654
  3. laura@dreamcatcherrep.org
Thu, April 26
8:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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A follow-up to Dreamcatcher’s Evening of Short Plays in Response to the Election, Continuing the Conversation is an opportunity to check in with the community on what’s important to us in real time. Written on a theme chosen by the writers in the months prior to the production, Continuing the Conversation will be focused on the interaction between the stories we tell in the theatre ...

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Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre

Oakes Center, 120 Morris Avenue
Summit, NJ 07901

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