How you can help
In keeping with our vision the provide community access to Cultural Arts in underserved communities, we are actively soliciting funds for our 2015 season. Your gift or donation will ensure quality of production that immerses theatre goers in our story-telling experience.
Right now you, and/ or your organization, have the opportunity to contribute funding for our next play. We are currently accepting donations, and gifts in-like kind from individuals and organizations. Your donations are tax deductable, and you will be provided certificate of acknowledgment.
Individual contributions are suggested, but not limited to the following increments.
$20, $50, $100
We will kindly accept contributions from civic organizations and for profit corporations . Suggested contribution increments
We are also currently accepting donations in-like kind within the service areas of:
Printed promotional materials
Rehearsal space time allotments
Group reservations of 20 or more for any given show
If you would like to support our next show
Purchase group packs of tickets of 10 or more for your organization.
our next performance
Our signature performance, Cultural Millennium, serves as our season opening performance. It was written 20 years ago by Michael L. Walker to serve as a poetic retrospective, black experience over the last millennium. The play is presented in 2 acts as a series of vignettes. Steeped heavily in culture, visiting both triumphs and pains of the North American Diaspora. It is skillfully casted as an ensemble piece featuring the likes of some 12-15 actors.
CUTLURAL MILLENNEUM – A poetry-theater piece that blends poetry, music, and dance. It tells the story of the African American experience from the coast of West Africa up through modern day. It journeys through the Middle Passage, the Harlem Renaissance, the Civil Rights movement, and the Disco era. It examines present-day issues such as gang problems, crack addiction, and the AIDS epidemic in the black community. It also celebrates black love, the strength of the African American male, and speaks to the hope of a culture that was evident since being stolen.
Dream 7 Productions currently has a non-profit organization pending 5013(c) designation. The objective to provide Arts Access is fulfilled by the Theatre Troupe, Educational Workshops, and Community Outreach. Bookings, performances, and reproductions are funded solely by donation. Any business conducted by its volunteer-executive cabinet is supported primarily through volunteer works. For additional information regarding the organizational charter, bylaws, and organizational structure, please contact Michael L. Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org
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