Situation Project Presents:
Thank you for lending your voices to the #TheatreMakesMe movement! The response was beyond what we could have imagined. We had 2,500 physical posts over the weekend and thousands more on our digital board.
If you weren’t able to join us this weekend, you can still share your #theatremakesme. Simply tweet, post or share what theatre means to you by completing the following sentence on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter. Your post will populate our digital wall.
At BroadwayCon 2017, Situation Project is launching #TheatreMakesMe—an effort that unites theatre superstars, fans from all walks of life, and anyone in between to shine a spotlight on the power of live theatre.
With the recent news of the possible elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts, the moment is now for those who value the power of theatre to band together as a community and to speak up in unison.
Over the course of the three-day convention at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, there will be an installation on-site for all attendees to share their voice. And for the many more supporters of theatre around the world who can't be at the convention but who wish to lend their voice, we invite them to participate and follow along with the hashtag #TheatreMakesMe. The on-site installation will be updated throughout the convention to illustrate the reach of the movement.
Want to do more?
Want to make a difference? Want to get involved? Support Situation Project or any of these fantastic organizations:
- Broadway Bridges
- Broadway For All
- Broadway League
- Bway Zone
- Cameron Mackintosh Inc.
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Disney Theatricals
- Jujamcyn Theaters
- The National High School Musical Theatre Awards
- Nederlander Organization
- Really Useful Group
- Roundabout Theatre Company
- The Shubert Foundation
- TDF: Theatre Development Fund
…and many more!
In addition, we support the White House petition to support the NEA and we invite you to do the same.