Our Mission Statement
FUSE Theatre collaborates with communities and individuals to create theatre that matters
Applications are now open for the Fuse Theatre High School Theatre Internships in Redwood City
Don't miss our upcoming Fuse events!
Auditions for Cinderella Eats Rice and Beans Thursday, October 25th Auditions will be held in Redwood City. Location and available times will be provided in confirmation email. Sign up Auditions for roles in our second bilingual touring production for youth, Cinderella Eats Rice and Beans.
Staged reading for our new play Because I Went There. Sunday, November 8th @ 7pm Community Activity Building 1400 Roosevelt St, Redwood City Tickets: $10. On Sale at: www.artful.ly/store/events/16297
Staged reading for our new play Because I Went There. Sunday, November 11th @ 5pm Community Activity Building 1400 Roosevelt St, Redwood City Tickets: $10. On Sale at www.artful.ly/store/events/16297
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What people say about Fuse Theatre
My 10-yo son, Maxwell, participated in Fuse’s production of “Tomás and the Library Lady” in the Winter of 2018 as an understudy. It was his first experience acting anywhere other than his elementary school. He had a fantastic experience and can’t wait to do it again. He really enjoyed working with the other actors, and specifically with the director, Stacey
My name is J. Adán Ruiz and I played the characters of Florencio and Papa Grande in the beautiful musical of Tomas and the Library Lady. I am very happy with the experience and knowledge that Fuse Theatre had left in my career as an actor and as a human being. I like how Fuse Theatre promotes multiculturalism, tolerance, social
Hello, I’m one of the leader of the Sequoia High School Dream Club. Stacey worked with us to create some performances for the Dream Club’s annual dinner in the fall of 2016. It was the first time I ever worked with a devised theatre piece, so it was very challenging to help create the piece and perform it;however, i became
I’m delighted by the work I’ve seen from Fuse Theatre. As a social justice activist who wants to hear privileged and underprivileged alike tell their stories in their own voice, I’m drawn to the way Fuse uses theatre arts to give voice to community members who wouldn’t otherwise be heard. This is community theatre at its best. When Fuse produced
Fuse Theatre works within the local community to create and produce fine theater while serving a social justice goal. I have been so impressed by the quality of the productions and the insights I obtained by watching and reflecting on the shows. I loved the recent Docktown Play and look forward to the upcoming productions.
I am thrilled, and honored, to be part of Fuse Theatre. Not only the support and promotion of the arts in the area, but enabling those in the community to tell their stories in different ways, through different medium allowing them to reach multiple audiences. Stacey, through Fuse Theatre, has expanded my definition of drama and theatre to much more
We at Docktown Marina in Redwood City are losing our Floating Homes/Vessels to a greedy City. Fuse has been so sensitive and warm to us. They really embraced and listened to our dramatic story. They greeted us with open arms and we did the same for them. Stacey and the crew and Lane the playwright are both downright amazing and
Fuse is an inspirational, new, enthusiastic community based theatre. Just what we need in the Bay Area.
Fuse is community based theatre at its finest – working in the community to give voice and expression to the citizens of Redwood City – doing a production on Docktown Marina. Help avoid displacement of veterans, elderly and the disabled. Save Docktown!
“Loved the venue and presentations!” Redwood City PechaKucha Event
I am very excited about working with Fuse Theatre to explore and discuss social issues with the community.
The San Mateo County History Museum has had a long-term partnership with Stacey Ardelean to foster learning about San Mateo history and are very pleased to extend our relationship with her theatre company The series of Pecha Kucha workshops and events brings together the museum’s resources on immigration with students and adults in the community in a unique and engaging