THE STORYTELLER
Griot Theatre's Newsletter

September, 2017
You are invited to join us for our 

OPENING NIGHT SHOW & RECEPTION

Friday, Oct. 6 at 8pm  

 
Seating is limitedReserve tickets now




FROM STAGED READING TO FULL PRODUCTION

As part of our mission to tell the stories of women, people of color, and those with physical disabilities, Griot Theatre presents a full production of a play audiences first saw as a staged reading earlier in the year. 

 A woman wakes up in a hospital unable to move and with little memory of her past, only to discover that the man who ran her over is her sole visitor. An Accident explores how small decisions can change the course of a life and how the body and mind heal in unexpected ways.


October 6th - 29th, 2017
Fri & Sat @ 8pm  |  Sun @ 3pm
The Lounge Theatres
6201 Santa Monica Blvd., 90038

Can't make opening night? You have 11 more options throughout October

Review calendar & availability: 



*Nudity, only guests 18 and older will be admitted

*Closed captioned for deaf and hard-of-hearing guests 
Sunday, Oct. 15 @ 3pm /  Saturday, Oct. 21 @ 8pm

*Talkback with cast and director - Sunday, Oct. 22 after 3pm show

*We believe theatre should be accessible to ALL audiences. For details on discounts or complimentary tickets email: Access@GriotTheatre.org





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All Hands on Deck

We depend on volunteers to help bring the Griot Theatre experience to our audiences.

Volunteers receive 2 complimentary tickets to a performance of their choice. To volunteer at the box office during 1 or more performances please email: Volunteer@GriotTheatre.org


What is Griot Theatre?
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Malik B. El-Amin
Artistic Director & Co-founder

Griot Theatre is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization serving Greater Los Angeles County.  

MISSION
Everyone has a story to tell. That's what we do in theatre. Yet women, artists of color, and artists with physical disabilities have been left out of the conversation - their voices unheard - in traditional theatre.

We believe that theatre performs two functions: it reminds us who we've been and it teaches us who we have the potential to become. When our stories lack diversity, our past remains deficient and our future less bright. Griot Theatre exists to give voice to these untold stories, by creating a forum for artists from underrepresented groups to interpret theatre in new ways.

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