A performance of empathy, democracy and power, created fresh in each city where it is presented, with local artists, activists, government officials and other citizens.

Mallory Catlett, Jim Findlay and Aaron Landsman are behind this. 

We embrace positive discord. We welcome adversaries. We depend on your engagement.



New Cities Of Participation!

Thank you Zspace in San Francisco HERE Art Center in New York, ASU Gammage in Tempe, DiverseWorks and the UH Mitchell Center in Houston, City Council Meeting is gearing Keene, NH.  


Keene, NH

October 29 - Redfern Ars Center

With the support of Keene State College



Or Just Read

The script and an article by Mallory and Aaron in the fall issue of Theater. 




 Version 2

Dwayne Calizo - RIP


May 19, 2015

Yesterday we learned that Dwayne Calizo, our SF staffer, the focus of our City Council Meeting ending in San Francisco, and a shining star in that city's alternative, queer performance world, had passed away unexpectedly. Dwayne was remarkable, generous, beautiful, powerful and brilliant. He was uncompromising, most of all with himself. We are devastated by the loss of this fine soul. Big love to Erika Chong Shuch and her company and community, who are building memorial services for him now. 

More about Dwayne

More about  our work together on City Council Meeting here.


San Francisco Chronicle

They find our project "Curiously Compelling." And why shouldn't they?

KALW Radio

San Francisco Public Radio piece about our Bay Area shows

The New York Times

City Council Meeting's preview from our NYC premiere 

Time Out New York

Helen Shaw's review of the NYC performances

Free Press Houston

John Pluecker wrestles a response to our premiere

Houston CultureMap

Nancy Wozny's rehearsal-view article

Portland Monthly Magazine

A little story about the origins of the project

Theater Of Tiny Disjuncture

by Aaron Landsman on Howlround


Interview with Peter McCabe

Time Out New York Preview

Short interview with Mr. David Cote

Asking Everyone To Act

by Aaron Landsman on Howlround