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If you wish to make a donation to Drama of Works because you were inspired or moved by either of these shows, please earmark it as such and we will make sure that money goes directly to the Artists of Color who created the show.

Black History = American History

Enough is enough.

Drama of Works stands with our colleagues, collaborators, peers, friends and fellow citizens in absolute disgust and horror as our Black and Brown brothers and sisters are slaughtered with little recourse and no justice.

We support the fight for equality and justice.

Drama of Works encourages parents to create safe spaces with their children to speak about the complex issues of race, power, justice, and inequity. In recent years we have been fortunate enough to collaborate with African-American playwright Amina Henry on two plays for young audiences which deal with some of these issues. WATER tackles the water crisis and environmental poverty in Ethiopia, while RENT PARTY deals with the history of rent disparity during the Harlem Renaissance of NYC. 

In order to help in the process of discussing some of these challenging concepts, Drama of Works is making these performances available online. We hope they will support your dialogues. Art can be a healing force - one that can shed light into the darkness. Please also see a list of additional educational resources we've found below.


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