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Educational Performances and Productions

We believe the arts are the perfect vehicle to educate the masses. Many people who do not read a book, will go and see a show. As such, we do our teaching in an entertaining and exciting way: on the stage! Our historical and social justice themed productions include live music, dancing and acting (by talented professionals) who make audiences cry, laugh, think, and come away from each performance having learned something. Let us know what you are interested in, and we can tailor a performance around your needs.

Lecture Demonstrations

Would you like to know more about world history? African American history? Jazz music? Negro spirituals? Healthy eating? Healthy weight loss? We got you! Our staff is comprised of artist educators who are also historians, activists, and certified fitness and life coaches. We don't just talk about al of these subjects, we interact with you within an educationally, engaging and supportive setting.

Healing Conferences

Why? In 20+ years of teaching the arts to people from all walks of life, one recurring theme we have repeatedly seen is that many of us are survivors of abuse and/or sexual assault. Because we learned to harness the performing arts as a tool for healing, we began to offer healing conferences and workshops to help survivors turn their trauma into triumph. Would you like to know more about world history? African American history? Jazz music? Negro spirituals? Healthy eating? Healthy weight loss? We got you! Our staff is comprised of artist educators who are also historians, activists, and certified fitness and life coaches. We don't just talk about al of these subjects, we interact with you within an educationally, engaging and supportive setting.​​


Racism Eradication Workshops

Why? Because racism literally affects every area of society and every aspect of our lives. Since racism is explicitly taught and subconsciously learned, it can be consciously and explicitly un-taught, and un-learned. We give people concrete tools they need to begin that process immediately, beginning with naming the problem. The problem is not race. It is not inequality, nor is it a lack of equity. The problem is racism. Let's eliminate the problem.