The In[HEIR]itance Project is a national arts organization that helps unconnected neighbors navigate challenging civic conversations through collaborative theatre projects.
Using the unique history of Coastal Virginia and the inherited text Exodus, they are activating a dialogue on racial dynamics, redlining, and displacement to create a play for the Virginia Arts Festival in May 2022.
You are invited to be a part of their open playmaking process! Join one of these upcoming salons for a creative conversation facilitated by In[HEIR]itance Project artists. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our project, share ideas about Coastal Virginia, and contribute your perspective to the many that will make up a brand new play.
Tuesday December 7, 2021 | 12-1:30pm
Hosted by the Sandler Center for Performing Arts
Thursday December 9, 2021 | 6:30-8pm
Hosted by the Virginia Arts Festival’s Robin Hixon Theater, Clay and Jay Barr Education Center
- FREE Participation – NO experience necessary – FOOD provided
- RSVP at 757salons.eventbrite.com
- Questions? Contact email@example.com
Made possible thanks to a “Beneath the Surface” grant from Virginia Humanities and the Hampton Roads Community Foundation.