We the People Theatre presents thought-provoking, inspirational theatre with the mission of engaging our community in meaningful conversations. We believe these conversations can motivate us all to make the world a better place. With 1776, we asked our audiences to reflect on what it means to be a citizen and to live in a democracy. With Working, we invited them to celebrate the meaning of work and its impact on our community and our world.


This year, with our production of Man of La Mancha, we shift focus to consider the power of hope and optimism even in the darkest of circumstances.This play challenges us to recognize our own power in shaping our reality. It inspires us to imagine a brighter future. 

 

 “When life itself seems lunatic, who knows where madness lies? Too much sanity may be madness. Perhaps to be practical is madness. 

 And maddest of all, is to see life as it is and not as it ought to be.” 

Don Quixote

 

Don Quixote’s message of hope is as timely as ever. Whether through the lens of world events or concerns close to home, we all want to believe in a brighter future. Man of La Mancha shows us the way.

 

Man of La Mancha will be presented at the Briggs Opera House in downtown White River Junction, VT. 

5 S. Main Street, White River Junction, VT

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Read about past productions

THEATER REVIEW: 'WORKING,' WE THE PEOPLE THEATRE

  


THE AMERIAN WORKER:

WE THE PEOPLE PROJECT PIVOTS FROM POLITICS TO KITCHEN-TABLE ECONOMICS



WORKING, MUSICAL THEATRE PLUS JOB FAIR

OSHER HOSTS ORAL HISTORY CLASS ABOUT WORKING LIFE

AN UNCONVENTIONAL AMERICAN HISTORY

1776 SPURS RECONSIDERATION OF AMERICA'S FOUNDING FATHERS

1776 IS A BIG HIT AT BRIGGS

FROM 1776 TO WORKING: WE THE PEOPLE BRINGS NEW THEATRE TO THE UV

VISIT OUR VIDEO AND PHOTO GALLERIES OF PAST SHOWS

WORKING IT!  

THE 1776 PROJECT

Finding Consensus- A Short Film

This short film was created by a team of Dartmouth Students from the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact.

WORKING

Short video by Harriet Yahr

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Steve Alden as James Wilson