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Theater, the stories it brings and the conversations it ignites, impacts and changes lives forever. It isn't just safe space, it's a brave space. It's a space where we can be ourselves, or someone very much not like us. Theater is not comfortable; it's hard, and it demands us to grow.

Theater brings to us many gifts. For some, it’s the empowerment of being on stage, or a sanctuary to be brave. For others, it's a place to allow one’s imagination to fly. For each and every student, audience member, and teaching artist we work with, it's a seat at the creative table.

We do not believe in bans or walls. We believe in glow tape, Zip Zap Zop, Shakespeare, pencils and highlighters, new plays, and above all: empathy and exploration through our imaginations.

In times like these, we turn to stories to amplify -- amplify our call to bravery, amplify the stories of the voiceless, and amplify our great love for humanity. We are called upon to use the gifts of our minds, hearts, and imagination as we tell stories of our American fabric. Immigrant stories, refugee stories, LGBTQ stories,  Muslim stories -- these are all American stories. They have been for a long time, and they shall continue to be.

And we shall continue to hold space for them.

You are welcome here. Come learn, create, and see who you become.

For more information, contact: education@seattlepublictheater.org