We recognize people at the margins in our society who have stories that are effectively invisible. This new series will allow groups from outside the dominant culture to tell the stories that they feel need to be made visible. Our Plymouth producing arm Theater 45° does not tell the stories but rather provides space and resources.
Interact has been invited to perform as part of Theater 45°’s STEP BACK, LISTEN UP: STORIES WE ALL NEED TO HEAR series on Monday, October 7th.
Tickets are FREE but seating is limited – please RSVP and reserve your ticket by clicking on Reserve Now.
Every other Monday night is a new story that you need to hear. To view the full list of shows in the series and to reserve your tickets before these shows fill up, please visit our website.
THEATER 45° is a new justice-focused arts group located in Minneapolis, MN, and housed at Plymouth Congregational Church. The Purpose of Theater 45° is to use the theatrical experience to deepen the many facets of being human. We intend to present stories that engage the spiritual side of the human person regardless of – but not ignoring – a religious experience. These stories are rooted in questions and not answers. As a community of story-tellers and story-receivers, we strive to give an experience of collaboration, intersectionality and valuing and honoring the many voices that get pushed to the margins. We will present stories that are meant to nurture transformation and deepen how we navigate our encounters with those that we may consider to be others.