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"We have guns, here in America. And the guns have us."
As of a 2015 Washington Post report, there are almost 40 million more guns in the United States than people. So regardless of your views on guns they have become an inherent part of our national discourse.
The Gun Show takes aim at this, America's most dangerous past-time, by diving into the middle of the national conversation about firearms and asking "Can we have a conversation about this?".
These are just a few gun stories, in a country full of gun stories. But we hope these stories can trigger a new kind of dialogue, and help us to build a deeper understanding of our communities and the people in them.
To learn more about us, the history of this project, upcoming performances, and the many other facets of this project, please follow the links below.
For press coverage and reviews, click here.
For information about the team, click here.
For production history, click here.
To learn more about our post-performance Gun Talks, click here.
For information on our education initiatives, click here.
To engage with our interactive visual art display "This is not a Gun", click here.
To donate to The Gun Show, click here.