This Is Us, Houston: The Past, Present, and Future of a City (In-Person)


  • $15.00


Houston Playback Theatre
Friday, Nov 3
7 - 8:30pm CT

Join in the fun and explore how your unique narrative is part of what makes up the colorful fabric of our city.


Relax and enjoy an evening with Houston Playback Theatre as the true stories of audience members come to life. At each performance, audience members or “tellers” are invited to relate a lived personal story, which might date back years, or eve just a few hours! The actors listen intently and then, without discussion, improvise an on-the-spot scene and “playback” the stories, accompanied with live music. Playback Theatre shows are as varied as the audience itself, leading to an unpredictable set of vignettes, from sad to hilarious to mundane to profound. Join in and explore how your unique narrative is part of what makes up the colorful fabric of our city.

This program is being offered IN-PERSON, and will NOT be recorded.

All times are CT. Please contact with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.

Houston Playback Theatre has been performing real-life stories from the Houston community for 25 years. They perform for schools, non-profit organizations, businesses, and private groups, and offer workshops and trainings that strengthen community, confidence, and creativity for all sorts of teams. Check out their website for more information.


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