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 Survivor Theatre Project invites you to our

 

10th ANNIVERSARY BASH! in Western Mass

Saturday October 27th

5-8 pm

Join us to celebrate 10 amazing years of Healing, Art, Resilience, and Justice!


Come to enjoy this powerful community, delicious local food & drink, Live Art by Dana Wilde, Performances by Noemi Paz & Rythea Lee, and the electrifying Percussion Duo PUERTOMINICANA!

 

This is a celebration for Alumnae, Allies, Community and Friends, and we will raise money and raise the roof for the NEXT TEN YEARS. So plan to make a meaningful donation of $10, 10x $10, or any multiple of ten in honor of Survivor Theatre Project THRIVING for the coming decade.

 

Wheelchair accessible

All genders welcome and celebrated

Fragrance free space

To provide enough food, we need a headcount so RSVP here!


Hosted at Womanshelter/Compañeras

208 Race St, Holyoke, MA 01040


 

 



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Survivor Theatre Project's mission is to empower survivors with the tools to break silence and end sexual violence through empowerment, social justice, creativity, and public performance.

Our original performances are engaging, poignant, funny, and provocative, and open up dialogue within our communities to address the reality of how common sexual violence is, and what we can do to stop it.
  

 

"May I take this moment to bow to your organization and to all of the brave and talented performers! I thoroughly believe in your work and the feelings that were invoked were valuable to facilitate conversations that continue tonight - and I expect the impact to be ongoing in our community."

~2016 Brenda Vezina, Director of Organizational Development and Central Mass Programs of the Recovery Learning Community KIVA Center (Worcester, MA)


"STP has truly been life-changing and life-reviving."

 ~2012 Performance Project Participant, Survivor/Artist

 

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

 ~Survivor/Artist Hope Payson

 

"A tremendously healing experience"

~Survivor/Artist Dolly Arjun

 

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