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,
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
The Fuse Theatre Community-Based Theatre Ensemble will perform at the Main Gallery with the QUOTES exhibit. Main Gallery 1018 Main Street Redwood City, CA Thursday, November 17th 6:30-8:30pm Tickets are FREE. Click here to Register.
Come to an information session with Stacey Ardelean and learn what Community-Based Theatre is all about. Fuse Theatre’s Artistic Director, Stacey Ardelean, will be offering a class teaching the basics of Community-Based Theatre (CBT) practices through the Redwood City Park and Recreation classes. CBT brings people together as they create meaningful theatre experiences for their community. As
Paella Dinner prepared by Fuse Artist Director, Stacey Ardelean, and her husband, Rick Freedman (Fuse Board Member) in their home in Redwood City on Saturday, August 27, 2016! Dinner includes paella prepared on the grill with Rick’s homemade Spanish Chorizo, Stacey’s homemade bread, Spanish Tapas and a generous wine list! Seats are still available at $50 each. Be