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Help Us Continue To
Reach Our Goal!
Every dollar counts in helping us share and educate in the theatre arts in South Shore, Chicago. We have raised $27,100 in donations and grants for our 2021-2022 Season. We are looking to raise $17,900 more to push us through our 2022-2023 Season. Check out what we have already accomplished below:
In just 2 years of being open we have been able to offer our community:
34 Actors Employed
24 Technicians Employed
3 BIPOC Teaching Artist Employed
2 Theatre Workshops (5 artists trained)
15 Play Book Club Meetings (12 BIPOC Playwrights read, 19 Book Club Members)
1 Monologue Series Produced (The Racial Baptism Series)
1Play Festival Produced (BIPOC Playwrights Festival)
2 Plays Produced (A Breath For Humanity & Black Magic)
250 YouTube Content Streaming Numbers (and counting)
2,830 Streaming Numbers for Virtual Monologue Series & Plays
3 Companies Partnered With:
(Chicago Community Bond Fund, Soul Werk Cafe
& Prop Thtr)
We are partnering with Enjoyacorn, a BLACK WOMAN and family owned business to provide refreshments for our BIPOC Play Fest and couldn't be more excited!
Enjoyacorn was inspired to share a rich and unique taste of all natural ingredients with the world. Our unique selection of flavors inspired by Enjoya’s love for popcorn put a modern twist on a traditional treat. Enjoyacorn, family owned and operated pride ourselves on providing a unique and original gourmet popcorn experience. With flavors ranging from some of our signature flavors such as Hot Dill and Creamy Pickle, Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Carmel and even Spicy Guacamole are sure to leave popcorn lovers satisfied and coming back for more.
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Our Covid Protocol:
We are following all Covid protocols and respect everyone's individual decisions when it comes to this. We do require either a negative covid test from the last 48 hours before the date of the event or a vaccination card and we will also check everyone's temperature before entering the event. Everyone is free to wear a mask if they so choose as long as they have a negative covid test or vaccination card.