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The boards and staffs of Great Lakes Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival stand in support of artists, educators, audiences, and community members of color and in solidarity with those who are committed to eradicating racism, hatred and bigotry in all of its forms.
Theater elicits compassion, empathy, and a determination to create a better world - a world in which safety, equity, and justice are rights for every person.
Together we will work to make this new world a reality.
Click here to read our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
Here is a small sampling of organizations whose vital work could benefit from support, especially at this time.
ACLU of Ohio
Black Lives Matter
Cleveland Chapter of NAACP
Consortium of African American Organizations Cleveland
Northeast Ohio Black Health Coalition
United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland
Urban League of Greater Cleveland
Shop local at Cleveland's black-owned businesses and eat local at black-owned restaurants.
Playnotes at Home
Join us on March 18th for a virtual event that dives into Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Nile." GLT staff and scholars will present select readings, discussion, and trivia during this fun evening you can join from the comfort of your own home.
COVID-19 Cancellation Updates & Information
Find out the latest information on cancelled performances and ticket resolution options here.
Great Lakes Theater's Great Genres!
We invite you to journey with us over the next several months as we profile each genre that currently holds a slot within a typical Great Lakes Theater season lineup in our latest content series!
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