Announcing our audience conversations

We believe The Firestorm can be a catalyst for important discussions about relationships and race in Boulder. Please make plans to join us for one of the following three performances that will feature an audience discussion moderated by Betty Hart and include performers and artistic leadership from The Firestorm. Buy tickets here

Sunday, Oct 23 at 4pm
"On race in America: Why is it so difficult to talk about race in this country?" 
Facilitator: Betty Hart
With Iona Leighton and Maduka Steady

Thursday, Oct 27 at 8pm
"On marriage and friendship: Loving and being loved in spite of…"
Facilitator: Betty Hart
With Iona and Timothy McCracken

Sunday, Nov. 6 at 4pm
"On theater and politics: Where do the two intersect?" 
Facilitator: Betty Hart
With Pesha Rudnick and Maduka Steady (who recently acted in In Darfur at Off-Broadway's The Public Theater in New York City, an amazing piece of political theater)

About our Facilitator

Betty Hart is a professional performer, facilitator and director for Kaiser Permanente’s Arts Integrated Resources team. This spring, Betty played Camae in the Arvada Center’s production of The Mountaintop, for which she received a Henry nomination for outstanding actress in a play. Betty performed as Erzulie in Once on this Island at Aurora Fox and Kate in Good People at Curious Theatre for which she won the 2014 Marlowe Award for outstanding actress in a supporting role-comedy.  Last year, Betty had the privilege of being part of the Local Lab (The Firestorm).  By day, she is represented by Radical Artists Agency and is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association.