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SAGE New York City LGBT Senior Center
During the current summer session, eight students in Tony Goode’s course “Creating Meaning through Community Drama” have conducted life history interviews with New York City seniors, ranging from members of SAGE, the nation’s first Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Senior Center, to members of Raises Gowanus, a center serving a Hispanic community in Brooklyn. The students are now busily creating an original piece of reminiscence theatre that honors these seldom-told histories.

Come see a special performance of the work and join in the dialog that follows!

Reminiscence Theatre Performance
Saturday, August 10, 2013
CUNY SPS M.A. in Applied Theatre Studios
101 West 31st Street 6th Floor
(Building dually addressed as 875 6th Avenue)

Admission is free. Seating is limited.


The Master’s Degree in Applied Theatre, the first program of its kind in the United States, is a sequential, ensemble-based program for students interested in the use of theatre to address social and educational issues in a wide range of settings. The program stresses the unity of theory and practice, and is linked to the professional applied theatre work of the renowned CUNY Creative Arts Team.