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Stories brought to life by True Story Theater in Arlington

True Story Theater performers, including (clockwise from left) Michelle Mount, Tonia Pin-heiro, Ani Nguyen, and Kamau Hashim, act out situations shared by audience members.
True Story Theater performers, including (clockwise from left) Michelle Mount, Tonia Pin-heiro, Ani Nguyen, and Kamau Hashim, act out situations shared by audience members.Credit: Jason Jedrusiak

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Through a combination of improvisatory drama, music, and movement, True Story Theater will act out the true stories shared by audience members at a series of performances in Arlington beginning this month, supported by a grant from the Arlington Cultural Council.

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