The Justice Theater Project is a professional theater in Raleigh, NC that combines hard hitting theater with advocacy, discussion and outreach. We present an annual holiday production of "Black Nativity" by Langston Hughes each Christmas, and mentor youth every summer at our summer theater camps. Art Inspiring Change. All shows and camps are in different locations - please check each web page for each event.
The Mission of The Justice Theater Project is to use the performing arts to bring to the fore of public attention the needs of the poor, the marginalized and the oppressed.
DONATE today to Send a Kid to Camp, Provide a Seat at a Show for participants of TROSA, InterAct, and many other nonprofit organizations.
Over $14,000 in tuition assistance is awarded each summer during our youth summer theater camps.
JTP subsidizes tickets for those that would be unable to afford the life changing experience of live theater.
Free admission for the visually impaired. Free child care with curriculum based on the theme of the show.
DONATE today to keep our professional shows, educational events, and outreach fully funded.
Art Inspiring Change since 2004.
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