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Just Completed:  Our Docktown play

“The Unfinished Story of Docktown”

Fuse Theatre is working in collaboration with the Redwood City Docktown Community to create an original devised play about the stories of this endangered community.  The project began in April 2017.  Using many techniques from the Cornerstone Training, Fuse will facilitate community Story Circles as a foundation for the play. 

Thanks to everyone who persevered the rain (Thursday) and the cold (Friday & Saturday) to see our play.  And thanks to the Docktown Community that helped develop this play and welcomed us as family.  Our hope is that this might have helped increase awareness of their plight along with so many others who are losing their homes to big developers.

Our Mission Statement

FUSE Theatre collaborates with partnering organizations to create theatrical experiences that respect and celebrate social awareness and a spirit of community through three types of theatre practice.

Stage Practice

Production of original or published works is typical of what comes to mind for most theatre companies. Fuse Theatre’s approach is to add elements of audience
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Applied Theatre Practice

Applying theatre methods of playmaking, community-based theatre and theatre in education, Fuse works with community partners – both actors and non-actors to generate thought provoking performances.
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Civic Engagement Practice

Artists work with the community members to engage in dialogue and discussion using theatre techniques. The goals of this practice are community connections and civic dialogue.
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Our Events

Don't miss our upcoming Fuse events!

Auditions for Tomás and the Library Lady

Auditions for Tomás and the Library Lady November 2nd, 5-8pm Fuse Theatre is seeking 3 actors: Female Storyteller: 30-50s, Spanish-speaking helpful, singing – plays NIGHTMARE TEACHER, JOSEFA (mother), and LIBRARY LADY Male Storyteller 25-30s, Latino, must be a Spanish-speaker, singing – plays ADULT TOMÁS, FLORENCIO, PAPÁ GRANDE Male – 8-11yrs, Latino, must be a Spanish-speaker – plays
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Peninsula Art Walk 5K

Join the team or donate to the cause. We are joining the Peninsula Art Walk Sunday, November 4 to raise funds for our Dream Club Internship program. If you would like to join the team you must sign up on Razoo and start your fundraising page and invite folks to donate (or just bring us your donations the day
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Dream Club Fundraiser: “Making Dreams Come True”

Sequoia High School’s Dream Club Fundraiser “Making Dreams Come True” Annual fundraising event for the Sequoia High School Dream Club will include performances led by Fuse Theatre interns. For additional information sign up for our newsletter or contact Fuse Theatre at info@fusetheatre.org.
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Art on the Square at the San Mateo County History Museum

 Art on the Square at the San Mateo County History Museum November 18th @ 1pm Fuse Theatre Ensemble will presenting a devised theatre piece using the Immigration Mural on the museum as inspiration. We will engage in community dialogue and encourage audience participation! Sequoia High School Dream Club will also be presenting their advocacy devised pieces
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Tomás and the Library Lady

Fuse Theatre is developing a stage production of Jose Cruz Gonzalez’s play adaptation of Pat Mora’s children’s book Tomás and the Library Lady. This play is the boyhood story of Tomás Rivera and how he befriended a librarian in Iowa who encouraged him to read.  Tomás, the child of migrant farm workers, became a writer,
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