Please consider supporting this important work.
As informed by our community partners, we want to invest in the economic betterment of the community through our cultural work. We are committed to raising funds from individuals and investors that are seeking economic justice and not the exploitation of peoples oppressed by poverty. We are committed to engaging in transparent conversation with our community partners about our budgets and are striving to allocate at least 40% of all funds directly to our community partners and participants.
Your contribution will not only go toward making excellent works of art, but also to paying all our community participants, investing in local economy by hiring neighborhood workers, using local catering companies, paying for rehearsal space and housing out of town artists in the community, and contracting area nonprofits to partner with our programs in ways that advance their mission and strengthen their sustainability.