What's My Role

The MTSU Department of Theatre & Dance invites you to join us for WHAT'S MY ROLE? 

A community-based devised theater experience that centers BIPOC stories told through film, music, dance, storytelling and theater.
Our ensemble of twelve artists have created three short pieces that explore the question, "How do we bridge the gap between talking, dreaming and change ?" We're making theater for the now. Bringing the communal form of theater to our digital, streamed 2021 reality, attending this event is a participatory experience. Each audience member is invited to join us, discussing and experiencing these three devised pieces in a zoom room with 10 – 12 other audience members + 1 community facilitator. We'll talk about art, who we are and how to bridge the gap between talking, dreaming and change.

The virtual house will open 15 minutes prior to show time. This is a participatory experience so we encourage our audience to be in a location to turn their cameras on and be "camera ready" and to have a pen and paper handy.

Please select a performance

To reserve a ticket, please select a date and time on the left. You’ll have the option to choose an affinity room of fellow audience members and select a date and time. (Please consider attending a performance at a time when you have internet and the ability to turn your cameras on and safely participate in the conversations.)  Admission is free for all participants.

You will receiv an email confirmation with your ticket.  To access the event: click "Print Ticket" and then copy the zoom meeting url into your web browser.