Join us for our Housing Works Troupe's newest show, Sticks & Stones & Broken Systems, which questions the role of the individual in institutions of power. How do loopholes in the system or personal bias affect the service you receive? This performance includes two forum scenes: one that highlights the challenges of dealing with landlords and lawyers when faced with housing displacement, and one that addresses the effects of bias that can be held by social service workers.

Note about tickets: Theatre of the Oppressed NYC is thrilled to offer Pay-What-You-Can tickets to this performance. Please pay the amount that feels appropriate for you based on your financial means, the value you wish to receive, or your desire to support TONYC. All donations support our work, paying for rehearsal and performance spaces, transportation, actor and Joker salaries, props and costumes, and so much more. You can make a contribution here.

COVID policy: In order keep our actors and staff safe, we ask that attendees please wear masks at all times inside the venue, unless they have received a negative COVID test result within the last 24 hours. We also encourage attendees to maintain six feet of social distance when possible.

Accessibility info: This venue is ADA compliant.

Photo/video disclaimer: Theatre of the Oppressed NYC reserves the right to use any photos and/or videos taken at this event. TONYC also reserves the right to use any photos and/or videos without the written permission of those included within the image or recording. Photos and videos may be media-produced, used, or contracted by TONYC. This includes but is not limited to websites, social media, blogs, presentations, and other TONYC materials. Any person attending who does not wish to have their image recorded for distribution should make their wishes known by emailing [email protected] or contacting Max, TONYC's Director of Communications, at [email protected].

February 07, 2024 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Housing Works Bookstore
126 Crosby St
New York, NY 10012
United States
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Max Raymond ·

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