Survivor Theatre Project is a FREE theater arts experience for survivors of sexual violence.
BRIGHT NIGHTS: Artists speaking truth, sparking conversation,
and taking collective action to end sexual violence
DECEMBER 13th 6:30pm
Join Survivor Theatre Project and community partners for an extraordinary evening of dance, theatre, music, interactive creativity and conversation. Be prepared to laugh, move, witness, and make collective art.
A complete lineup of performers and activities will be posted here and on Facebook! Join our FB event page and be the first to receive notice of the incredible lineup of Bright Nights artists.
Leading up to the winter solstice, Bright Nights is an evening of invigorating and "sparkling" performance and conversation. Be a part of a community of survivors and allies asking important questions, offering solutions, and taking action. How can I be a part of addressing sexual violence in my community? What are everyday actions I can take to create a more peaceful world without sexual violence? What does it mean to be a good ally? How can I share my story? How do I craft a safer space for survivors? Audiences will not only have opportunities to see art and join in dialogue, but also to participate in communal art-making and movement/yoga throughout the night.
Get Tickets Now! www.brightnights.brownpapertickets.com or at the door beginning at 5:30pm
"Survivor Theatre Project woke me up. Grateful is not a big enough word to describe how I feel." ~Survivor/Artist Hope Payson
"STP has truly been life-changing and life-reviving." ~2012 Participating Survivor/Artist
"A tremendously healing experience" ~Survivor/Artist Dolly Arjun
What is Survivor Theatre Project?
Survivor Theatre Project brings survivors themselves into the center of the effort to break silence and end sexual abuse through empowerment, creativity, and reaching out to the greater community. Performances are engaging, poignant, funny, and provocative, and open up dialogue within our communities to address the reality of how common sexual abuse is, and what we can do to stop it.