Sing for Hope

The Sing for Hope vision of art for all is informed by our belief that the arts have unique power to uplift, unite, and transform individuals and communities. Our outreach programs in under-resourced areas - from schools to community centers to healthcare facilities - demonstrate this every day.

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Prison Performing Arts

Prison Performing Arts involves incarcerated youth and adults in the performing arts to inspire intellectual curiosity and personal development. We nurture and discipline teamwork and communication skills necessary for successful re-entry into society.

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Actors for Autism

Actors for Autism is a performing arts and digital film making organization that provides programs for individuals with disabilities ages six and up. Programs include acting, film making, animation, claymation, dance, music, social skills, performing arts academy, and vocational training.

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The Freedom Theatre

The Freedom Theatre draws its inspiration from a unique project, Care and Learning, which used theatre and art to address the chronic fear, depression, and trauma experienced by children in Jenin Refugee Camp. Set up during the first intifada the project was run by Arna Mer Khamis, a revolutionary who devoted her life to campaigning for freedom and human rights, together with women in the refugee camp.

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Bond Street Theatre

This company responds to the humanitarian crisis through the uplifting powers of the arts. The company has initiated innovative theatre and theatre-based programs in over 40 countries worldwide, and reached populations in refugee camps, schools, shelters, prisons, rural villages and urban centers.

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International Theatre and Literacy Project

The International Theatre and Literacy Project uses theatre as a means of social and educational uplift for children and teenagers struggling with the challenges of poverty, crime, violence, and inequality in developing countries throughout the world.

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Connelly Theater

The Connelly Theater is part of the Cornelia Connelly Center, a non-profit organization that champions girls at risk, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. All proceeds from theater rental go to the Center to support their middle school and Graduate Support programs.

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