Y-Haven Theatre Project is a program for residents of Y-Haven, a transitional housing facility for homeless men recovering from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Since 1998, CPT and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, have annually collaborated to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. This life-changing, arts-based program teaches performing arts and technical aspects of theatre, while addressing critical interpersonal, personal and job-related skills. Every year, the original work is presented to enthusiastic full houses at CPT, followed by a community-wide tour. The Y-Haven Theatre Project supports newly learned skills for sober and independent living and honors the unique and important perspective men in recovery bring to the Cleveland community.
For information about the Y-Haven Theatre Project please contact Chris Seibert, Director of Education at 216.631.2727 x 201 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For touring information please contact Adam Seeholzer, Education Coordinator at 216.631.2727 x 219 or email@example.com