Thank you so much to everyone who tuned in to The Debates 2021. The show was a great success and we are so grateful for all the support. If you missed it, you can now catch the show on-demand by purchasing a pay-what-you-can streaming ticket here. We are also very proud to share our fully-footnoted script here.
We have more Debates events coming up this June, starting with a Debate Watch Party tomorrow! RSVP and more details below.
Thank you again and we hope to see you soon!
Peace, power, and love to you,
Paul, Katie, Kathryn, and Hilarie
Theater in Asylum
Debate Watch Party
Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Join Theater in Asylum to watch and discuss the second official mayoral debate! We'll meet before to say hello, then watch the debate, and finally discuss and unpack all that happened. We'll go through what was said, issues that came up, and begin fact-checking the candidates' assertions.
6:30pm - Pre-debate Party & chatting on Zoom
7-9pm - Debate Watch Party (we all watch on our own, with a chat running)
9-10pm - Post-debate discussion
Attendees are welcome to attend part or all of this event.
Later in June
Learn more about The Debates 2021.
Thank you for all your support in making The Debates 2021. We are so proud of the show we’ve made and hope you will join us for our second live (online) performance tonight at 8pm. You can also find our script (complete with 340 footnotes) here. We’ve had such a blast on this project and we hope we’ve inspired you to learn a bit more about NYC’s upcoming election! Thank you again!
Theater in Asylum
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Theater in Asylum (TIA) is a New York-based theater company founded in 2010 to challenge and empower our community. TIA joyfully pursues a rigorous research and an ensemble-driven approach to theater-making. We create performances to investigate our past, interpret our present, and imagine our future. We prize space to process, space to question—asylum—for ourselves and our community. Core programs include original productions; themed cabarets to present new work from our community; and Cold Readings to read and discuss published plays.
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