Our 2014-15 Season has concluded. Thank you for making this the most successful year in our theatre’s history! Stay tuned to announcements about our 2015-16 Season.
Our 2014-15 Season
Detroit ’67 by Dominique Morisseau
Directed by Raphael Massie
November 13-23, 2014
GIDION’S KNOT by Johnna Adams
directed by Jenny Nelson
All productions @ Erector Square, 315 Peck Street, New Haven (Studio D, Building 6 West)
Special thanks to New Alliance Foundation, City of New Haven Mayor’s Arts Grants, Carolyn Foundation, Children’s Theatre Foundation of America and the many individual donors and sponsors.
Collective Consciousness Theatre is a multicultural theatre company dedicated to social change through the art of live theatre. We produce a two production main stage season, one in the Fall, one in the Spring. We have several productions that are available to tour year around to schools, youth facilities, prisons, communities, and theatres across the country. Each has study guides and can be enhanced with a workshop or residency. We are committed to bringing theatre right to our audiences by touring nationally since 2003. In our short existence, we have toured throughout Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Michigan, and Iowa, reaching more than 10,000 students and adults each year. We believe that theatre is a powerful art form that can inspire others, help them to imagine the possibilities and push them to ignite social change. We know that theatre changes lives and makes the world a better place when presented in a thought-provoking, engaging and honest way. We will learn and grow from theatre with our community. Our small organization, based in New Haven, Connecticut, is led by Executive Director/Board Chair, Dexter J. Singleton along with a Board of Directors and features local artists who are directors, composers, musicians, actors, and writers. They are inspired to create theatre. Collective Consciousness Theatre is 501.c.3 non profit organization. All donations are 100% tax deductible. Please consider giving by clicking here!