Project Theater Project - Project Theater Project aims to produce quality alternative amateur theater to foster positive social change and cultural development in our community. We will work with diverse and under served populations including youth, the elderly, and the disabled. Amateurs will have a chance to be involved in theater in a meaningful way. These new voices will bring to the forefront issues that are current and important and that resonate with local audiences. Currently, the goal is to produce one show a year, though this may increase as PTP develops. The subject matter of shows will include material that is progressive, mature, and contemporary. Each show will contain a health based and an education component tailored to match the participants and subject of the show. Facilitators will create a curriculum for each performance that will contextualize the experience of the artists and a part of the proceeds will be donated to health organizations or will fund health education. We are committed to keeping the cost of attending shows very low. Adult tickets will not exceed $10. Free tickets will be made available to educational institutions and other community groups. This ensures that our shows are accessible to locals who might not ordinarily attend professional theater due to the cost. We aim to produce original works as well as shows that have been commercially produced.