April 29, 2017
OCTP is showing the 1st installment of the madcap satirical romp “Central Concern”. Actors Wesley Allen, Ashley Aquilla, Roxana Bell, Christopher Walker, Stephanie Wilbert and Lisa Wiley are up to some pretty crazy stuff. Look for us in the 30′ Dome! FREE ADMISSION.
Station Hope 2017
Get a glimpse into what Co-Director Pandora Robertson and workshop leaders India Nicole Burton Ashley Aquilla and Mario Pollard were up to during OCTP’s engagement with Cleveland Public Library with this video by Mark Williams. The Incendiaries Project kicked off with an abridged performance of Incendiaries followed by four sessions of workshops for actors and non actors.
The Incendiaries Project
Get a glimpse into what Co-Director Pandora Robertson and workshop leaders India Nicole Burton Ashley Aquilla and Mario Pollard were up to during OCTP's engagement with Cleveland Public Library with this video by Mark Williams. The Incendiaries Project kicked off with an abridged performance of Incendiaries followed by four sessions of workshops for actors and non actors.
Posted by Ohio City Theatre Project on Monday, March 27, 2017
People’s Archive of Police Violence in Cleveland (PAPVC) collects, preserves, and shares the stories, memories, and accounts of police violence as experienced or observed by Cleveland citizens. You are invited to share stories and materials at the launch of APAPVC on Saturday, April 8.
Noon-4 pm @ MLK Branch Library, 1962 Stokes Blvd., Cleveland 44106
Refreshments will be served.
For more information or to share your story of police violence, visit the site:
We kicked off The Incendiaries Project this weekend with a performance of Incendiaries followed by a great turn out and experience for our first of four theater workshops! Three chances left to participate! Actors and non-actors welcome. Feb 11, 18 and 25 from 11 am – 1 pm at the Martin Luther King, Jr Branch of the Cleveland Public Library (1962 Stokes Blvd). We are so thankful for the wonderful staff and space at Cleveland Public Library! Free admission.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-incendiaries-project-ticke…
Photo credit: Mark Horning
Incendiaries on WCPN 90.3!
WCPN 90.3’s re-airs Dee Perry’s interview with Pandora Robertson and Sherrie Tolliver!
Wednesday Feb 1 at 1:33pm on 90.3.
Learn more about OCTP’s work Incendiaries and the 1966 Hough Uprising from this thought provoking conversation.
Check out interview excerpts later on Wednesday afternoon during the local broadcast of All Things Considered as well as Thursday during Morning Edition.
Link to audio podcast…
For more information and reservations: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-incendiaries-project-ticke…
India Burton, OCTP workshop leader, says: “I want to be the muse to inspire change; injustice is my deplorable stimulant.”
Come experience OCTP’s free theater events happening at Cleveland Public Library… it’s all about creativity and empowerment!
An abridged performance of the play Incendiaries kicks off a 4-consecutive-Saturday theater workshop open to actors and non-actors ages 14+
PERFORMANCE: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2017 11 am
WORKSHOPS: SATURDAYS 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, 2/25 11am – 1pm
Cleveland Public Library – Martin Luther King, Jr. Branch
1962 Stokes Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106
REGISTER AT: https://incendiariesproject.eventbrite.com
Save the date! Saturday, February 4, 2017 OCTP performs Incendiaries at The Cleveland Public Library, Martin Luther King, Jr Branch. This performance will kick off The Incendiaries Project – a theatrical workshop taking place four consecutive Saturdays in February. More details to follow!
CPAC Fellow and OCTP Co-Director Pandora Robertson was recently a guest writer for the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture‘s CultureForward Blog. For a from-the-heart perspective about her fellowship year, you can find the link here: http://cultureforward.org/…/Cult…/It-s-not-about-my-feelings
Save the date! Saturday, February 4, 2017 the artists of OCTP will perform an abridged version of Incendiaries at The Cleveland Public Library (Martin Luther King, Jr Branch 1962 Stokes Blvd). This performance will kick off The Incendiaries Project – an education programming opportunity taking place four consecutive Saturdays in February. More details to follow!
Community for Arts and Culture recently highlighted OCTP’s Co-Director and CPAC Creative Workforce Fellow Pandora Robertson. Video and more information in the links below!
“If we can’t come into theater and have dialogue about something that is really hard to talk about.. where can we talk about it?”