If you haven’t experienced it yet, join us at the 14th street y for the new work presented by Red Fern Theatre Company, HOME.
This piece is split into 5 stories written by 5 different writers that all explore a variety of meanings of the word HOME. With the rise in foreclosures and homelessness in recent years, these plays explore the meaning of having and maybe losing a home, which may feel close to home for our audiences at the 14th street y.
Red Fern Theatre Company “strives to provoke social awareness and change through theatrical productions and outreach,” therefore, each play produced by this company addresses some sort of social issue, big or small, and is paired with a parallel philanthropy. Along with giving the audiences information about the philanthropy in the playbill and discussing the organization before every show, part of the proceeds goes to this organization.
For HOME, some of the proceeds went to the organization Habitat for Humanity – New York City. This charity prides themselves in building quality homes for New York City families in need. With the help of thousands of volunteers each year, Habitat-NYC has already built more than 260 affordable homes in the five boroughs.
This production is an “exciting, insightful, poignant evening of new work” and we are proud to have it hear with us at the Theater at the 14th street Y. You won’t want to miss it!
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