ROAD TO HOPE: LAKEVIEW TERRACE – OHIO CITY

February 27, 2016

2:00pm - 5:00pm, Lakeview Terrace Community Center, 1290 West 25th St., Cleveland, OH 44113

ROAD TO HOPE at LAKEVIEW TERRACE is one of a series of free performing arts events that celebrate hope, honor Cleveland’s Underground Railroad history and address modern day struggles for freedom and justice. Activities will take place in six Cleveland-area neighborhoods from January through June 2016, produced in conjunction with Cleveland Public Theatre’s third annual Station Hope celebration on April 30 at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

ROAD TO HOPE at LAKEVIEW TERRACE is presented in a partnership with The City of Cleveland, Ward 3 Councilman Joe Cimperman and Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority (CMHA) and will feature a full program of theatre, dance, music, spoken word and multimedia performance created by Northeast Ohio artists. ROAD TO HOPE at LAKEVIEW TERRACE will give audience members a “sneak peek” of Station Hope, including short excerpts from larger performances, discussion and collaborative activities that address some of the most important issues of our time. “Road to Hope” times and location vary, check website for details.

ROAD TO HOPE at LAKEVIEW TERRACE performances will be followed by a community meal, with catering provided by CMHA Lakeview Terrace Local Advisory Committee (LAC).

“Road to Hope” and Station Hope are generously funded by the “Our Town” program of the National Endowment for the Arts.

FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES


LAKEVIEW TERRACE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH

A TASTE OF STATION HOPE…IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD!

Featuring performances by:
Cleveland Public Theatre, Djapo Cultural Arts Institute, Inlet Dance Theatre, Lakeview Terrace-Brick City Theatre, Kalim Hill, Ohio City Theatre Project (presenting “Incendiaries”), Lake Erie Ink, The Welcome Table and others. The event will also include a viewing of PLAYGROUND, a short documentary film by StoryLens Pictures about Brick City Theatre Family Collective’s 2015 production of I’ll Be There…

cityofcleveland      Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority       Cleveland City Council

road to hope: lakeview terrace Parking MAp is available HERE



Incendiaries

Photo by Bob Perkoski Photo by Steve Wagner Photo by Bob Perkoski

View short works of dance, theatre, music, storytelling and multimedia performance that celebrate hope, honor Cleveland’s social justice heritage and engage with important issues of our time. ROAD TO HOPE is a series of FREE performing arts events at locations across Cleveland, leading up to Cleveland Public Theatre’s STATION HOPE event on April 30, 2016.


The event will be followed by a community meal, CATEREd by CMHA Lakeview Terrace Local Advisory Committee (LAC).


For more information about Station Hope & Road to Hope events near you, visit www.cptonline.org/roadtohope.

CLICK HERE To visit the Station hope 2016 event page.


ABOUT STATION HOPE

Now in its third year, Station Hope takes place at the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church—Cleveland’s first authenticated Underground Railroad site—located at 2600 Church St, Cleveland, OH 44113 in Ohio City. Audiences tour the historic church and surrounding grounds to view short original works of theatre, dance, music and multimedia performance by Northeast Ohio artists, celebrating Cleveland’s social justice history and addressing current-day struggles for freedom and social change.


Road to Hope and Station Hope are supported by the Our Town grant program of the National Endowment for the Arts.

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