Incendiaries performs at Cleveland Public Theatre’s Station Hope!
April 30, 2016
6:00-10:00pm (an abridged version of Incendiaries will perform at 8:10 pm and again at 9:05 pm)
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2600 Church Ave, Cleveland OH 44113
A BLOCK PARTY WITH A PURPOSE, AN ARTS EVENT FOR THE PEOPLE, A CELEBRATION OF HOPE. Back for a 3rd year, Station Hope is a jubilant community event that celebrates hope, honors Cleveland history and engages with contemporary social justice issues.
Interested in seeing Incendiaries again? Or want to check out why Mark Horning of axs.com said Incendiaries was “political theatre at its best?”
Come see the 12-min abridged version at Cleveland Public Theatre’s Road to Hope performance in Shaker Heights on April 9, 2016! FREE!
OCTP’s Co-Director Pandora Robertson is looking forward to being a discussion guest at
“We are Cleveland: Race, Leadership and Change”
This public event is hosted by the Cleveland Leadership Center and the Junior League of Cleveland on April 5, 2016 between 7:30 am – 9:30 am at the Cleveland Association Metropolitan Bar Association Conference Center (1375 East 9th St). Tickets are $25 (includes breakfast). Join us for this interactive conversation!
Catch the 12 min version of #Incendiaries at 2:15pm and 3:15pm this Saturday, Feb 27 2016 as part of Cleveland Public Theatre’s “Road to Hope” series. Admission is free!
Location: Lakeview Terrace (1290 West 25th St, Ohio City)
See a 12 min abridged version of Incendiaries performed during Cleveland Public Theatre’s Road to Hope/Station Hope series.
Admission to all performances is free!
ROAD TO HOPE: LAKEVIEW TERRACE — OHIO CITY
Saturday, February 27th (2pm – 5pm)
1290 West 25th St., Cleveland, OH 44113
ROAD TO HOPE: CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH — SHAKER HEIGHTS
Saturday, April 9th (6pm – 9pm)
3445 Warrensville Center Rd., Cleveland, OH 44122
STATION HOPE: ST. JOHN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH – OHIO CITY
Saturday, April 30th (6pm – 9pm)
2600 Church St., Cleveland, OH 44113
We loved what Rio Adlai Alesana had to say about Incendiaries!
I would like to congratulate Pandora Robertson on her amazing production of Incendiaries at the Cleveland Public Theatre. As a Hough resident I truly feel that she and the cast so accurately portrayed the racial climate of 1960s Cleveland that I absolutely felt that a hidden truth had been brought to light. This play was an extraordinary piece of theatre that sparked so many conversations between me and the people I associate with and I am grateful it was realized. Thank you again.
photo credit: Steve Wagner
Thank you to Cleveland Public Theatre and all who came out to support the world premiere of Incendiaries! Missed it? There are several chances to check out an abridged version of Incendiaries during CPT’s “Road to Hope.” More info here: http://www.cptonline.org/performa…/…/2015-2016/road-to-hope/and check back for updates on dates and times for these FREE performances throughout the community!
Our talented Incendiaries cast reading for our WCPN taping for Sound of Applause … online at http://www.ideastream.org/…/cleveland-public-theatre-incend…