Category Archives: Public Performances

Get Involved. Volunteer in 2018!

Join us! Get more involved with Erasing the Distance this year—a growing, thriving arts organization. What we do is unique. At Erasing the Distance, we use documentary theatre to spark dialogue and promote healing surrounding issues of mental health. You will become part of a focused group of individuals committed to creating good work in a sustainable and collaborative work environment. Board of Directors Our Board of Directors is integral to Erasing the Distance. As representatives of … Continue reading

Documentary Theater Performances in 2018

We create documentary theater, all of our scripts are built from interviews. We use the words of individuals impacted by mental health issues for each performance. These words, then performed by professional actors, can improve lives.  “Erasing the Distance was moving and significant in its acting. [The performances are] a means of increasing awareness and decreasing stigma” – audience member at Mental Health & Aging Conference on November 8, 2017. As we look forward in … Continue reading

Amy Sarno Discusses “The Holidays Unwrapped”

Erasing the Distance Artistic Director Amy Sarno shares how she came to build The Holidays Unwrapped, a music-filled performance that braids together the real stories of nine people. The show is an exploration of how to manage stress during the holiday season.   Why did you want to do a holiday show? During the holiday season, many feel anxiety and depression. The expectations and family dynamics can be triggers for people, both individuals with mental … Continue reading

The Cast for “The Holidays Unwrapped”

The Holidays Unwrapped is the first Erasing the Distance performance to explore the touching moments and the frustrating fights of the holiday season. “The chaos and commotion of the holidays is inescapable. We’re surrounded by Rockwellian images of family harmony, and often our families don’t look like the same. The Holidays Unwrapped features a collection of real family stories,” says Artistic Director Amy Sarno. A music-filled performance that braids together the real stories of nine people, … Continue reading


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