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Abortion Access Resources

In light of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and as a continuation of the path to action we hoped to facilitate with our performances of Without a Choice and our staged reading of Jane: Abortion and the Underground, we would like to share the following resources to help individuals access safe abortions in the US:

CTC Podcasts

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Check out season one of our new podcast series: In the Wings with CTC and Ghost Light! In the Wings is a discussion and story-based series focusing on a variety of issues relating to theatre and the arts. Episodes cover topics ranging from arts education, current events in theatre, audition horror stories, opinions on theatre and everything in between. Listen on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher. 

Ghost Light is a paranormal theatre history podcast that explores haunted theaters and venues across the world. Each episode covers a different theater’s history and hauntings with bonus content on theatre superstitions more otherworldly happenings. Listen on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher!

CTC was founded on the principle of connecting with the sometimes painful truths of our world, and providing resources so our audience may take action. We stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, and hope to do our small part by sharing resources to further the cause. Please explore the links below:

 

In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Play(s) at Home

Above is our second virtual play festival, Play(s) At Home: A Green Theatre Festival, This festival focuses on nature and the environment in relation to COVID-19. The plays were selected from submissions across the globe, then rehearsed, performed, and recorded remotely from the safety of the actors' homes. For cast and crew information, a note from our producer, environmental resources, and resources for the COVID-19 crisis, check out our downloadable program here!

Above is our first virtual play festival: Play(s) At Home, a series of short plays addressing the first few weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic. We had over 150 submissions from playwrights across the country in the span of seven days. Once the plays were chosen, we rehearsed, recorded, and edited the performance remotely in 48 hours. For cast and crew information, a note from our director, and helpful resources during this crisis, check out our downloadable program here!