Saturday, october 5th
TEMPERANCE BEER COMPANY
6 pm to 10:30 pm
Kenya Ann Hall & Dru Smith are the co-playwrights of the original play, premiering in January 2020.
Mudlark Theater and its community partners are collaborating on a new play that will follow the lives of students during the desegregation of Evanston public schools.
We invite interested Community Partners, including individuals, to join us in the creation of this original work devised from stories of Evanston residents. Donations of any amount from Community Partners serve as production sponsorship for the play.
TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPs AWARDED IN 2019:*
*January 1, 2019 - October 1st, 2019
WE CAN'T DO IT ALONE
Since 2005, Mudlark Theater has been challenging people's expectations of what young people can achieve on stage. Our creative process allows children to be their very best, most imaginative, uninhibited selves, and our fresh adaptations are tailored to the individual performers, challenging each child and enabling them to shine. Our training programs—at Mudlark and in the schools—offer kids hands-on theater experiences they won't find anywhere else.
But we can't do it alone. You allow Mudlark to think bigger, reach more kids, and rise to artistic challenges. Support Mudlark and look at what WE can do:
• Provide over $40,000 in unconditional scholarships annually
• Train over 2,000 children in performing arts
• Conduct creative writing workshops in 11 schools every year
• Hold after-school classes in 27 area schools
• Serve as artists-in-residence in multiple CPS schools
• Tailor original adaptations to individual performers
• Produce 15 theatrical productions every year
2018 scholarship total: $41,556.50
The Mudlark Milk Jug
ways of giving
Looking to get more involved with Mudlark? Our volunteers are involved with every aspect of our organization, including:
Front of House
Production (Costumes, Set Building, Props, etc.)
Interested in Volunteering at Mudlark? Contact Christina Lepri (email@example.com)