Our mission is to use the performing arts to bring to the fore of public attention the needs of the poor, the marginalized and the oppressed.
All Disability seating must be reserved by email or phone. Season members, please call or email us for your fee-free reservations. firstname.lastname@example.org
Three weekends of shows!
The Justice Theater Project presents: Nickel and Dimed by Joan Holden, Directed by Terra Hodge.
October 7 – 22, 11401 Leesville Road, Raleigh.
Based on the bestselling book by Barbara Ehrenreich.
Can a middle aged, middle class woman survive on minimum wage? Told with humor and candor, the bright and resilient glimpses into the lives of people being nickel and dimed create an indelible portrait of heartrending reality for the stage.
$22 Adults, $17 Seniors & Military, $14 Groups, $10 Students, $8 Student groups of 10+ and a free ticket for their teacher.
Nibble and Dined: Two nights of FREE community discussions about fair wage, with a nibble.
9/22 Vegan Flava Café, Durham. 6:30pm
9/27 The Loading Dock, Raleigh. 6:30 pm
Donations accepted for food, reservations required.
Youth Summer Theater Camps
Thank you to everyone that has taken part in our summer of 2016 youth summer theater camps.
Join us in 2017 as we present a fully mounted production of "The Lion King, Junior"
Camper registration will begin mid January. The Saint Francis of Assisi camp always begins the Monday morning after the 4th of July week.
Contact the Emily K Center directly to register for camp. www.emilyk.org
Scholarship Applications are due by April 15 of each year.
Counselor applications are due by April 1, each year.
2017 - "Lion King Jr." !!!! Save the dates.
Email us for a camper application:
Black Nativity December 17 and 18 at 4pm and 8pm. December 19 at 7pm.
GROUP SALES will take place by email and phone September 15 - 30.
All sales are final. Payment in full due by September 30th. $18 per seat plus tax
(excluding premium seats in sections 300, 400 and 500 Rows A-E which are $27 each for non season members).
Art Inspiring Change
Since 2004, The Justice Theater Project has produced professional shows combined with discussion, outreach and advocacy.
We receive State Arts Resources support from the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the N.C Department of Cultural Resources and supports exemplary arts organizations that set standards of excellence for the state that produce high quality arts programs, provide educational and outreach opportunities for children and adults, and have strong leadership and management.
Operating support each year is provided by the City of Raleigh based on recommendation of the Raleigh Arts Commission.
Project support is provided by The United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.
Each summer we provide youth summer theater camps in three locations, working with Passage Home at The Safety Club, students in North Raleigh at The Catholic Community of St. Francis of Assisi, and in Durham at the Emily K Center. All camps provide an extraordinary amount of scholarships for the students, and a fair wage for the professional and support staff.
We encourage you to become a season member, volunteer to build a set, join a committee, audition for a show, and become a part of the JTP family.
Internships for college students are available each semester.