These are the events that are coming up.
Project Fusion: Community Conversations
February 25 & March 11 at 5:30 PM pst
Online discussion about Anti-Racism. February’s topic: ‘Evolving Black History Month’. We are open for anyone to join. Fill out the information to be a part of this conversation.
MARCH 13, 2021
Our workshops are underway and the project will culminate with a collaborative video piece with Quinteto Latino recording of MITOS. This Celebration will feature the video, participants and artists. To watch the performance and be a part of the celebration register for a ticket below.
Check out what Fuse is currently working on!
Play-in-a-Day: Exploring Social Justice
Coming April 2021
Partnered with San Carlos Children’s Theater, as an online workshop held by Fuse to teach young artists as they explore what social justice. What it means to them and choose a topic or theme that their work will be centered around.
Playing With Guns
Cinderella Eats Rice and Beans
This contemporary Latin-American Cinderella musical, delightfully turns the classic fairy tale on its head, telling the story from both Cinderella and the “stepsister’s” perspective
Tomás and the Library Lady
Fuse Theatre developed 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.
3 Sparks in the Dark (baWTF Festival)
Online – April 2020
As part of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival, Fuse Theatre presented 3 Sparks in the Dark, a Celebration of Women in Theatre.
Echoes of Them
November 15, 16 and 17, 2019
Fuse Theatre and New Ground Theatre Dance (NGTD) partnered to combine the healing aspects of dance into a new one-woman show, Echoes of Them, by Chelsea Unzner.
Lily’s Wings (Las alas de Lily)
An original play created by Jo Beth Gonzalez’s drama group at Bowling Green High School in Ohio as a social justice theatre piece with playwright, Roxanne Schroeder-Arce. The play is targeting an audience of young people and adults to bring awareness about human trafficking.
October 19-21, 2019
Fuse Theatre worked with members of the Docktown Community to create a new play that will allow its members to tell their own story. The play not merely reflected its legal predicament, but it’s long history and, we hope, the spirit of its residents.
Because I Went There
In a world where people in positions of power and privilege can get away with almost everything, the spouse and the parents face the truths about the victim blaming/shaming of their beloved partner/child and their own biases. The audience must decide the fate of the brilliant, promising athletic student. A compelling exploration of the power struggles between genders through the lens of a sexual assault case.
Using the structure of short performances, students creatively highlight awareness about challenges faced by undocumented students and their families. The Dream Club has performed these pieces at their annual Dream Club “Making Dreams Come True” Dinner Fundraiser, conferences, and community gatherings. Sequoia High School students were the first participants in our internship program, which often led to positions with the company. Most recently Fuse hosted the Dream Club’s virtual celebration and fundraiser during the pandemic in 2020.