Road to Hope – Outhwaite Homes

Celebrate Hope. Honor History. Inspire Change.

March 25, 2017

2:00 - 5:00pm, Outhwaite Homes Community Center, 2452 East 46th Street, Cleveland, OH 44104

View short works of theatre, spoken word, music and dance that celebrate hope, honor Cleveland’s social justice heritage and engage with important issues of our time. ROAD TO HOPE will feature Outhwaite Homes’ very own Brick City Theatre youth ensemble in their original play, “The Mayor, The Brother, The Grandmas and The Wise People of Outhwaite Homes,” inspired by the lives and legacy of Louis and Carl B. Stokes who grew up at Outhwaite Homes in the 1940’s. ROAD TO HOPE will be a vibrant celebration of community, hope, history and Cleveland’s connection to social justice issues of the past and present.

ROAD TO HOPE at OUTHWAITE HOMES is a prelude to Cleveland Public Theatre’s fourth annual Station Hope celebration on April 29 at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

ROAD TO HOPE at OUTHWAITE HOMES is presented in a partnership with Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA).

Tickets: FREE AND OPEN TO ALL


Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner


ROAD TO HOPE | OUTHWAITE HOMES

SATURDAY, MARCH 25 | 2 – 5 PM

A TASTE OF STATION HOPE… IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD!

Featuring performances by:
Hue People Vocal Ensemble, Inlet Dance Theatre, Cleveland Public Theatre’s Brick City Theatre – Outhwaite Homes: Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, Robin Pease and Kulture Kids, Kalim Hill, Cleveland Public Theatre’s Brick City Theatre – Lakeview Terrace: Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, Cliff Holt, Ma’Sue Productions, and Twelve Literary and Performative Arts Incubator

Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner


Experience Road To Hope at Outhwaite Homes

Click here or on the thumbnail above to watch a video montage featuring
many of the incredible performances at Road to Hope at Outhwaite Homes.

Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Steve Wagner


CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE STATION HOPE 2017 EVENT PAGE


ABOUT STATION HOPE

One night a year, 250 artists from across Northeast Ohio inhabit historic St. John’s Episcopal Church—Cleveland’s first authenticated Underground Railroad site and a beacon of freedom symbolizing the city’s social justice heritage. Station Hope celebrates hope and addresses many of the most important issues of our time through powerful theatre, spoken word, dance, music and multimedia performances inspired by contemporary issues of freedom and justice. Audiences are invited to explore the historic buildings and surrounding grounds while visual art installations, choir performances and other interactive activities set the atmosphere around the church.


WATCH THE STATION HOPE 2016 VIDEO

 

“STATION HOPE IS A TRUE GATHERING OF COMMUNITY AND DEMONSTRATES HOW TRANSFORMATIVE
AND POWERFUL AN ARTS EXPERIENCE CAN BE, AND ITS POTENTIAL TO CHANGE THE FABRIC OF OUR SOCIETY.”

—Hon. Joe Cimperman, President of Global Cleveland


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STATION HOPE 2017 IS MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE GENEROSITY OF OUR SPONSORS

                                                              Cleveland City           

                 


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

STATION HOPE 2017 IS PRESENTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH


STATION HOPE 2017 SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE:
Contact Caitie Hannon
216-631-2727 ext 213 or
channon@cptonline.org

Click here to view sponsors of Station Hope 2016.