Community

Collective Consciousness Theatre (CCT) recognizes its Community Partners. These are organizations, corporations and/or individuals who have combined their efforts and resources with ours to increase awareness and promote social change through the arts in our community. Over the years we’ve worked with dozens of groups both nationally and internationally. Some of our past and current partners include:

International Association of New Haven*

Community Foundation of Greater New Haven*

City of New Haven, Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism*

Arts Council of Greater New Haven*

State of Connecticut, Office of the Arts*

Arts for Learning Connecticut

Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS)

Children’s Theatre Foundation of America

Carolyn Foundation*

New Alliance Foundation*

Theatre for Young Audiences/USA

Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital

SPKRBOX Hip Hop Theatre Festival

HI-ARTS

United Way/BOOST

Hartbeat Ensemble

                * indicates current funding support

A Community Partner can serve CCT in a variety of ways, including:

  • Networking with the community
  • Hosting performances and/or workshops
  • Serving as a guide for exploring the local community
  • Identifying rehearsal and performance sites
  • Identifying production resources
  • Marketing and promoting the project
  • Making a financial contribution or combining resources on a grant for the project
  • Collaborating with us to create a new play, workshop and/or residency

If you, your organization or corporation are interested in learning more or becoming a Community Partner, please contact us at dsingleton@socialchangetheatre.org.

 

Our Sponsors

Collective Consciousness Theatre would like to thank our generous sponsors for their support:

New Alliance Foundation

International Association of New Haven

Community Foundation for Greater New Haven

CT Office of the Arts

Arts Council of Greater New Haven

Children’s Theatre Foundation of America

City of New Haven, Department of Arts, Culture and Tourism

 

Links

The Writers’ Block, InK

Arts for Learning

Aaron Jafferis