You are cordially invited
Track 2 to WIT 2014

The Places We Live

A Collaboration of Theatre and Conversation
Winchester Public Library
Large Meeting Room
Sunday, January 19, 2014
2:15– 4:30 pm

Conducted by the Winchester Multicultural Network
This event is free and open to the public.

The Places We Live will explore the access to housing in Winchester for moderate and middle income households, younger people looking for a home, seniors desiring to downsize, those who wish to rent, and persons having a disability. Individual stories concerning housing desires and challenges will be played back through improvisational acting performed by True Story Theatre.

A panel consisting of residents, housing specialists and representatives of the development community will describe opportunities available through the on-going Winchester Town Center Planning Initiative and the experience of other communities in providing housing across a range of needs.

What is your experience in finding housing in Winchester? Please join us and share your story.

View the schedule and more information about the speakers and theatre group.

The conversation will include:


  • The True Story Theater
    Improvisational Performers

  • Jerome Garciano
    Lawyer

  • Andre Leroux
    Executive Director
    Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance

  • MaryAnn
    McCall-Taylor

    Planning Director
    Town of Lexington

Heightening the conversation will be the improvisational performers of True Story Theater.