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BLACK LIVES MATTER
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This March, our stage went dark with an abrupt but necessary close to Season 35. Since then, we have been overwhelmed by your generosity and compassion. Ticket sales, fundraising events, and theater rentals are not possible at this time, making your contribution truly more important than ever. Please donate today. Your gift will make all the difference in ensuring that we come back together, stronger than ever. Thank you for believing in us and in our future!
SUMMER CAMP IS HERE!
Join us for a 3-week skills building and project-based program, focusing on the individual interests and talents of each student. Participate in masterclasses led by professional theater artists, camp activities, and collaborate on a one of a kind personal performance project that will culminate in a live YouTube broadcast. Learn more and register>
SEASON 36 SUBSCRIPTIONS ON SALE
See all 5 plays for significantly less than face value, and enjoy subscriber-only benefits like free ticket exchanges, $10 off our holiday show, It's A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play, discounts at area restaurants, retailers and attractions, and more! Subscribe>
George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery...
This moment is not a solitary moment. Generations of structurally engineered oppression have brought us to today.
As hopeless as we may feel, we as a community and as individuals cannot allow despair and heartbreak to paralyze us.
There are things we all can do. Below are links to resources we are finding helpful. Act, share and pass them along.
To our Black friends, artists, students, and community members, we see you and we stand with you in solidarity and support.
Please join us in donating to organizations such as these: CLICK HERE
And an extensive list of resources to fight against racial injustice, compiled by our friends at Playwrights Horizons: CLICK HERE
ONLINE THEATER HISTORY CRASH COURSE
June 24 - August 5
6 sessions, skipping July 1
Wednesdays 7pm - 9pm
Instructor: Rachel Walshe
Tuition: $215 (total cost includes $5 processing fee)
Why did the Greeks wear masks? Did Romans really kill their actors? What's up with no women on Renaissance stages? When did America get in on the theatre thing? Time travel through theater history's most significant eras starting in Ancient Greece and ending in Civil War America. Six weeks, six plays, six radically different dramatic styles! This class will meet weekly online. Students will receive a link to join the class on June 24. Register>