Ten Thousand Things performs in a variety of non-traditional settings, including correctional facilities, low-income centers and schools. If you are interesting in hosting a TTT performance in a particular setting, contact Ryan Volna.
Volunteers check in attendees, gather audience comments, handle box office and collect surveys at our free and paid performances. Contact Amy Tang to learn more.
General auditions are being held June 9 and June 10. Learn more here.
Are you a costume, set, scenic or props designer interested in working with TTT? Send us your resume here.
We continue to reflect on our work to lift up anti-racism practices in theater. We have crafted quarterly offerings for TTT's board, staff and artists to delve into on their own, as well as virtual gatherings to discuss what we learned from speakers, books, podcasts and films. We want to make our internal learning accessible to a wider audience. We are all on this journey together. View does here.
Numerous companies have looked to Ten Thousand Things to learn about our unique production model that serves non-traditional audiences. The Public in New York was the first to engage Founder Michelle Hensley in producing a Shakespeare tour for its Mobile Shakespeare unit. Since then, California Shakespeare and the Old Globe in San Diego also have adopted TTT's model. Learn more.
Founder Michelle Hensley's groundbreaking book shares more than 20 years of her experience bringing professional, compelling theater to those in prisons, homeless shelters, adult education centers, and rural communities. Read more.