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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Apply by May 31 and join our 2018/19 Season as a Community Critic!

Easy Application Guidelines Here

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.

Scroll down for a link to our current Community Critics page and see the work of our past critics!

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Lit Up with Sense and Sensibility June 13, 2018 7:30 pm 

Theme: How can stories of hope shape our personal narrative?

Can we exist without the presence of hope? How are our lives buoyed

by hope? 

In what way does hopefulness color not just our perceptions, but our experiences?

BE PART OF THE SERIES AND SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO KATIE AT LITUP@TOWNHALLTHEATRE.COM
Deadline for submissions: Friday, May 4th Notification of selection: Friday, May 11th 

BUY TICKETS (FREE FOR STUDENTS AND SUBSCRIBERS)

CLICK HERE TO SEE A PAST LINE UP FROM MARCH 2018

FUTURE APPLICATION GUIDELINES/DEADLINES

COMMUNITY CRITICS

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.

 

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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.