In the past few months, you’ve attended the first show of our 32nd season. We hope KILL MOVE PARADISE touched and enlightened you – perhaps walking away with a deeper understanding of the violence that shapes the lives of Black men, women and children on a daily basis. Maybe going a step further and learning more about what you can do to help.
If you were inspired to take action but don’t know where to start, consider reaching out to Nurturing Diversity Partners. Co-Founder Reggie Jackson was present at many of our Personal Previews and Talkbacks – maybe you saw him! Nurturing Diversity Partners helps foster conversations and connections between different communities.
We know you’re getting ready for the next show, THE TIN WOMAN by Sean Grennan, that will be here before you know it – just like the holidays!
And we know many of you have been hard at work helping us bring to life our artistic and educational programming by your generous and thoughtful contributions. From giving a little extra when you buy a ticket, to our extraordinary show sponsors and everything in between, we thank you. We truly appreciate your investment in our work.