Celebrating 22 Years of Collaborative Public Performances
Our 2019-2020 Season
What an amazing, talented group of performers. I am honored to have witnessed their performance as they portrayed "Stories of Resilience".... WOW--- so meaningful, heartwarming and definitely a light in my day, week, month. I am inspired and looking forward to their next performance.
I encourage all to attend!
~ Executive Director, Family Education and Support Services, Olympia WA
Come to Our Public Performance Home of 22 Years, Traditions Cafe
for an Evening of Community, Connection and Compassion.
OUR HOME: Traditions Cafe - 300 5th Avenue SW, Olympia WA
SHOW TIME: 7:30pm (Come early and have dinner at the Cafe)
ADMISSION: $7-12 (No one turned away)
September 20 – Places Faraway - A Fundraising Performance/Event - Help send some of the Heartsparkle Players to the International Playback Theatre Network conference in Bangalore, India. We will have wonderful local items donated. Cost $10-20.00
October 11 – Sacred Acts in collaboration with Window Seat Media
November 8 - Stories of Hope and Activism in collaboration with The Olympia Chapter of the Citizens' Climate Lobby a grassroots advocacy organization focused on policies to address climate change.
January 10 – Let me Win, But if I Can’t Win, Let Me Brave in my Attempt in collaboration with the Thurston County Thunderfish a Thurston County Parks and Recreation swim club and Special Olympics of Washington swim team
February 14 – Inspiring and Empowering the Generations Through Conversation in collaboration with STEP (Sharing Teens and Elders Project) a program that connects teens and elders through inspired conversation.
March 13 – This is Me! Featuring the acting talents of the Thunders. They are mysterious, to be noticed, awakening, strong, dramatic, courageous flashes of light in the darkness & virtuous.
April 10 – Better Together in collaboration with Catholic Community Services (CCS) Family Behavioral Health of Thurston, Mason and Lewis Counties. They believe that families, despite their level of need, do best when they are together. They work with families and partners to come up with innovative and creative ways to help kids and families remain safe and together, while working to support our community to be a place that is welcoming and appreciates EVERYONE.
May 8 - We will be collaborating with TCAT (Teen Council Applied Theatre). TCAT is a youth performance troupe that centers on teen issues and peer to peer dialogue. Through dramatic work they foster a dynamic learning environment where youth become active participants in decision making about their lives. They strive to engage schools and communities through inspiration and action.
I admire and deeply value the work you are doing in and for our community. Thank you for creating space each month to share our truths and listen. It is so needed! And thank you for amplifying the work of other nonprofits in the process.
~ With Gratitude, Elaine of Window Seat Media