Since 1983 Irondale has been a theatre of research and inquiry. Once a week Jim, our co-founder & artistic director, writes a letter to our audience sharing what is on his mind. Topics span anything and everything from theatre, music, and art to history and current events, to baseball.LEARN MOREREAD MORE ON MEDIUMREAD MORE ON MEDIUM
After several years of experimentation, Theater Grottesco has created a physical and vocal language that supports an ensemble moving instinctively as one without choreography. Learn more about this work in an workshop with John Flax on Sunday, October 1st at The Space at Irondale.LEARN MORELEARN MORELEARN MORE
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Download our free booklet with improv games to play at home. These are fun theatre games that you can play with friends or family and have a great time!
Having friends over for dinner? Staying at home with the kids? Give it a go with one of these games and let your creativity set free!
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