Station Hope 2016
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Back for a 3rd year, Station Hope is a jubilant community event that celebrates the triumphs of the Underground Railroad, Cleveland’s social justice history and addresses contemporary struggles for freedom and justice.
Station Hope takes place at St. John’s Episcopal Church—Cleveland’s first authenticated Underground Railroad site. Audiences will explore St. John’s sanctuary, parish hall, basement and surrounding grounds to view an array of short dance, theatre, storytelling and multimedia performances created by over 150 artists from Northeast Ohio, addresses some of the most important issues of our time. Visual art installation, choir performances and other activities set the atmosphere around the church.
From January through June 2016, Cleveland Public Theatre and partners will produce “Road to Hope”: a series of neighborhood-based art and performance events in various community locations across Cleveland. Enjoy short excerpts of larger works, facilitated dialogue around contemporary topics and other special activities, building excitement and context for Station Hope on April 30th. Station Hope and Road to Hope are made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town grant program.
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL AGES