Commissary Night


Monday, June 27, 2022 | 7:00pm | 90 minutes

FREE! Reserve General Admission tickets here.

Join members of The Commissary as they perform other historic conversations, demonstrate the in-ear technique and facilitate a conversation about ideas and themes in Lessons in Survival: 1971.

THE COMMISSARY is a grassroots, multi-generational theater collective whose primary work centers on new investigations of historical, found, and verbatim texts as a means of exploring radical listening and embracing difficult conversations on the path to collective liberation. In addition to the Lessons in Survival digital anthology series developed with and produced by Vineyard Theatre (A New York Times Top 10 Theatre Pick for 2020), The Commissary also presented (in partnership with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and New Neighborhood) the trial transcript of Crystal Mason’s hearing in hopes of amplifying her continued search for justice. The collective came into being in the summer of 2020 and meets regularly to explore material and new work.

PLEASE NOTE: There will NOT be a performance of Lessons in Survival: 1971 on this special night.

Click here for tickets to see Lessons in Survival: 1971.

Show must end June 30th.