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
The Dating Chronicles is coming the Redwood City! June 25 @ 8pm at ANGELICAS – 863 Main St., RWC. Justin Taylor Nixon and Kate Ryan are developing a new musical about dating in the age of technology through musical concerts and audience participation with Fuse Theatre.
San Mateo History Museum and Fuse Theatre present an Immigration Pecha Kucha Event at the museum for the public. Admission for the event is free with the entrance to the museum. Redwood City will join the International Pecha Kucha community in this inaugural event! Presentations will be selected from workshop participants and the larger community.
Workshops in March and April for High School students and adults. Learn the art of Pecha Kucha and present at the public event on April 21. Several dates offered! High School 2-Day Workshops: April 7 & 14, 4-6pm- Pecha Kucha basics and presentation taught by Fuse Theatre’s Artistic Director, Stacey Ardelean. Offered free by the