True stories of Trenton residents on stage!
Passage is committed to creating mainstage theatre productions that reflect the true stories of our community.
Trenton is a community divided (and united) by racial identity and politics. Passage’s current project explores this often unspoken “elephant in the room”, based on the real life stories and words of a diverse cross-section of Trenton residents.
The project is currently in development, as Passage artistic staff is gathering primary material via interviews. The material received extended readings in the winter of 2014. A major production is planned for 2017.
2010 saw the production of Trenton Lights, a musical play that reached beyond the headlines, history books and news reports. Trenton Lights captured the stories of Trenton Residents through extensive interviews with diverse members of the community: white, black, Hispanic; young and old; rich and poor. Their words were transposed onto the stage in story-theatre format, often verbatim.