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Survivor Theatre Project will be hiring a Theatre or Dance Facilitator for Fall Performance Project in Cambridge.

Two evenings per week, September through November. Seeking survivor/artist/facilitator with experience and training in some of these areas: devised theatre, Theater of the Oppressed, collaborative choreography, leading creative arts workshops with people who've experienced trauma.

For more detailed information click here: STP Facilitator Job Posting

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Thank you Valley Gives Day and all our donors! Survivor Theatre Project gained 120 NEW Facebook Friends, 95 NEW Twitter Followers, and was donated $1,400! What a joy to join with the amazing organizations and funders in the Valley to promote collective giving and philanthropy!


Survivor Theatre Project is a FREE theater arts experience for survivors of sexual violence.


Two upcoming performances of the STP original:

"The World We Live In Is Not The World We Live In"

Link to Press Release

June 12th 3pm 
Rural Forum on Domestic & Sexual Violence
(registered guests only)


June 14th 7:30pm 
Yoga Sanctuary, 3rd Floor Thornes Market
150 Main St Northampton MA
(Open to the Public)



Alternately poignant and irreverent, survivors use original poetry, dance, humor (and chocolate)to address a topic as impossibly troubling as it is deeply inspiring: Healing your life from sexual violence while living in a culture that encourages it.

“I expected to feel outrage and grief, but I came away transformed by the wit, courage and solidarity of the performers.” ~Audience member, Northampton 2011!

"There is humor, intellect, fire, beauty, boldness, bravery, and healing in this work!" ~STP Survivor/Artist, Northampton MA!

"An artist is someone who uses bravery, insight, creativity, and boldness to challenge the status quo." ~Seth Godin!

Survivor Theatre Project brings survivors themselves into the center of the effort to break silence and end sexual abuse through empowerment, creativity, and reaching out to the greater community. Performances are engaging, poignant, funny, and provocative, and open up dialogue within our communities to address the reality of how common sexual abuse is, and what we can do to stop it.!

"Survivor Theatre Project woke me up. Grateful is not a big enough word to describe how I feel." ~Survivor/Artist Hope Payson

"STP has truly been life-changing and life-reviving." ~2012 Participating Survivor/Artist

"A tremendously healing experience" ~Survivor/Artist Dolly Arjun