STEP ’13 – Free theatre in city parks
The Creative Production Team Includes:
Featuring Kaundima Ashley, Dashawn Black, Traevion Bryant, Omar Calloway, Twan’Nesha Carlisle, E’Lyric Christopher, Keyon Cohen-Harris, Durrell Conner, Shazel Dixon-Hodges, Nicholas Englehardt, Shajuana Gaston, Shondale Gordon, Liz Gonzalez, Austin Graham, Tapraisha Greene, Justin Hogue, Brycen Hunt, Asia Hunter, Michael McCallops, Terah McGowan, Caresse Savage, Dezhanay Simmons, Richard Simmons, Tommy Smith Jr., William Stewart, Omarri Vargas, Aaliyah Wallace
Cleveland Public Theatre’s celebrated Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP) – Cleveland’s longest-running arts and job training program for urban teens – returns to Cleveland City Parks this summer with an original new play And One Night.
Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and enjoy the FREE performance these inspiring teens have made at a park near you.
Thursday, August 8th
St. John’s Church (2600 Church Ave & W 26 I Rain Location: TBA) 7pm
Very special thanks to Councilpersons: Anthony Brancatelli, Joe Cimperman, Phyllis Cleveland, Terrell H. Pruitt, Kevin Conwell, Brian J. Cummins, Martin J. Keane, Mamie J. Mitchell, Jay Westbrook and Matt Zone.
Made possible through the generous support of: Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, The Shubert Foundation, Eva L. and Joseph M. Bruening Foundation, Charter One Foundation, The George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation, The Cyrus Eaton Foundation, Deaconess Community Foundation, Dominion Foundation, The Eaton Charitable Fund, The Howley Family Foundation, KeyBank, Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, David & Inez Myers Foundation, The Robert E. Gard Wisconsin Idea Foundation, PNC Foundation and the Thomas H. White Foundation.
Thank you to our Community Partners: LAND studio and Youth Opportunities Unlimited.
Special thanks to these additional Community Partners: Bellaire-Puritas Development Corporation; Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland; Broadway Public Art; Burten, Bell, Carr Development Inc.; City of Cleveland Department of Community Development; Cleveland Metropolitan School District; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Cudell Improvement Inc.; Denison Avenue UCC; Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization; Harvard Community Services Center; Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center; Kamm’s Corners Development Corporation; Little Italy Redevelopment Corporation; Ohio City Inc.; Old Brooklyn Development Corporation; Omni Media; Partnership for a Safer Cleveland; Peacemakers Alliance – Westside Guardian Angels; Pilgrim UCC; Slavic Village Development; St. Luke’s, Stockyard; Clark-Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development; Tremont West Development Corporation; West Side UCC; WIRE-Net.