In August, we presented our 2nd annual short play competition – the top three plays received support from Christ Church Neighborhood House (CCNH) to cover production costs for the final version of their plays, which will be presented in October immediately following Old City Fest on Sunday, October 8, plus the use of our fully-equipped Neighborhood House Theater, rehearsal space, technical assistance, and publicity.
CCNH program’s mission is simple – to support artists and audiences by providing a platform for the creation and curation of new work. As the Neighborhood House Program evolves, we hope to offer more artistic residency and presenting opportunities that contextualize our unique history and offer space to emerging artists.
We greatly appreciate any donation you are able to make to the CCNH program. The Neighborhood House has served populations in need and the immediate Old City community since opening its doors in 1915. Today, Neighborhood House is a performance venue and gathering place through which Christ Church Preservation Trust supports arts programming and cross-disciplinary performing artists through subsidized rehearsal and performance rentals.
Your donations help artists continue to imagine new and experimental works in our ADA-accessible theater and throughout the broader historic Christ Church campus.
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