Bringing artists, audiences and community together in fellowship!

Town Hall Theatre offers a variety of opportunities for audiences and the community to more actively engage in our artistic programming.

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COMMUNITY CRTICIS

READ THEIR REVIEWS ABOUT OUR SHOWS!

Community Critics: Town Hall Theatre Talk Across Generations is a project that was inspired by attending an arts engagement panel at the Theatre Bay Area Conference in March 2017. One of the panelists, John Wilkins, Theatre Critic for KQED Arts, presented these closing remarks, "We want people to talk about theatre", and "Theatre has a responsibility to create a place of conversation", to which Town Hall Theatre has begun to ask:

How can Town Hall Theatre get more people, across generations, talking about theatre, together?

10 Community Critics from across generations will talk about our shows on our blog and on social media. These critics were selected from the Lamorinda community through an application process held in the spring.

Read reviews from past seasons!

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Lit Up at Town Hall with The Revolutionists

October 3, 2018 7:30 pm Town Hall Theatre SEE THE LINE UP! READ THEIR BIOS!

Lit Up at Town Hall Theatre provides an exciting opportunity for community authors, lecturers, musicians, and artists from across generations to come together with theatre-goers and other members of the community and share their work. Each of these literary salons will focus on a specific theme that captures and expands upon motifs within the current production, providing an in-depth and multi-layered theatre experience.

Join us for the next LIT UP on October 3, 2018 7:30-9:00 PM BUY TICKETS HERE

Theme: Fraternité/Sororité

Taking inspiration from the French motto, "liberté, égalité, fraternité," how can a sisterhood, or "sororite," find its rightful place in society?

How do language, art, and protest work to redefine and, perhaps, blur the lines between fraternite and sororite?

What role does gender play in the creation of stories? Where have women historically found their power in words?

BE PART OF THE SERIES AND SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO KATIE AT LITUP@TOWNHALLTHEATRE.COM

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Gather in our lobby before the show!

OPENING NIGHT is always a party and we welcome you to join us. In addition, we partner with local businesses and volunteer organizations to bring you special tastings and FREE live music!

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Theatre Club Night

Patrons are encouraged to stay after the performance for a free talkback with the cast and director.