ProjectsPlays, Performances, Storytelling
Tara’s Crossing is one of the first plays ever to deal with asylum for sexual minorities in the U.S., a remedy that has been available only since 1994. Inspired by a true story, this full-length play recounts a transgender asylum-seeker’s remarkable flight from Guyana and her uphill battle to prove her claims of persecution from within the confines of U.S. Immigration Detention.
On the streets of Guatemala City, gangs were Edgar’s only family. All he ever wanted was a real home. To leave the gang was a death sentence. Coming to the USA was his last hope…
A true story, DE NOVO puts a human face on the urgent humanitarian crisis, as tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors make the harrowing journey across the border and through the U.S. Immigration System.
Join us for a vibrant evening of true stories, poetry and prose about gender identity and family. A remounting of Houses’ acclaimed evening of storytelling featuring remarkable true stories from families with transgender loved ones struggling for understanding and inclusion.
This award winning production, inspired by hundreds of real internet posts, tells the remarkable untold stories of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth in America, and is being embraced by educators and student groups as a powerful tool to create safer, more inclusive campuses.
True stories by those whose lives have been touched by guns. A series which includes a program of live storytelling, and interconnected original plays exploring American life through its firearms and the human beings they touch.