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.

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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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Upcoming Pecha Kucha Event

An upcoming Pecha Kucha event, about music, is being planned for September.  Check back with us, or subscribe to our mailing list, for more information.
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Dream Club Performance and Fund-Raiser

Sequoia High School’s Dream Club is teaming up with Fuse to create a devised theatre piece! The Dream Club at Sequoia High School is dedicated to raising awareness about the challenges undocumented students face when pursuing their goals of college. The club also works to raise money to provide scholarships for graduating undocumented Sequoia students to help
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Tomás and the Library Lady

  Look for a Fuse Theatre production of Tomás and the Library Lady coming to a local library this fall.  
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