Actress Anita Hollander has survived a lot. She’s dealt with multiple bouts of cancer and a resulting leg amputation, all while continuing to perform, get married, have a child and serve as an advoc...
Susan Stone, storyteller/teaching artist, has performed all over this country, as well as in Poland, telling multicultural and Jewish tales, as well as personal narratives, for adults and children. She has shared her tales and taught at schools, synagogues, festivals, universities, and museums. Her CDs of Jewish stories for children have earned Parents' Choice Gold and Storytelling World Awards. Susan founded and has co-directed the Evanston Public Library storytelling Festival for four years, and hopes to continue to support storytellers everywhere. Besides her degrees in theatre, Susan trained and taught improv/theatre games/story theatre at the Piven Theatre Workshop. She believes that listening to stories nurtures our shared humanity, and is proud to perform with Rohina, Kim and Lucia. To learn more about Susan, go to www.susanstone-storyteller.com... See MoreSee Less
Due to popular demand, we have added a performance of #KeepingFaithNRT on Tuesday 2/26 at 2:00pm. We have also added new seats to the performances on Monday & Tuesday evenings. Tickets to all three shows available now.
" "Still Standing" may be a highly personal work but the solo show's revealing subtitle "A Survival Guide for Life's Catastrophes" immediately identifies it as an advisory for anyone dealing with a formidable moment of truth."
Still Standing: A Musical Survival Guide for Life's Catastrophes, presented by New Repertory Theatre in the Black Box Theater of Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, through March 3. 617-923-8487 ...
Last chance to take advantage of our SWEETHEART SPECIAL, live only until tonight at 11:59pm! See details below to buy one ticket, get one free to any performance of #StillStandingNRT and/or #CardboardPianoNRT.
Use code "Sweetheart" or the links below to share the gift of live theatre with a loved one.