Partners

Our Presenting Partners include a group of outstanding arts organizations that regularly present or produce theater, music, dance, and film at Rainier Arts Center.

Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre transforms the lives of children, ages 5 – 18 through active participation in theatre arts combining a fun and supportive atmosphere with professional standards. Children of all skill levels and backgrounds are challenged and supported while developing their mental, physical, emotional, social and creative potential through the joy and discipline of live theatre.

 

Racism is top of mind for many people right now, and we want to create space offline where learning and dialog can take place. Free to attend, suggested donation.

With few exceptions, presenters at these events will be people of color because we are looking to present the voices of people who see issues of racism from the side of lived experience. Additionally, most of the thought-leaders in the racial justice movement at the local level are people of color, for obvious reasons. That said, we actively encourage the involvement and participation of people of any ethnic identity.

 

 

Seattle Glee Clubs

Established in 2001, Seattle Glee Clubs (SGC) is a 501(c)3 non profit, dedicated to nurturing adults in their exploration of music. SGC provides a welcoming environment where music is celebrated in two traditions, choral and jazz.

 

Every year, Town Hall selects exceptional local artists and scholars for paid residencies where they respond to Town Hall’s programs and create new work. In a typical season, we hand them the literal keys to Town Hall. But this isn’t a typical season, and our Residents are turning Inside/Out with us as we produce our programs in neighborhoods throughout Seattle.

 

Red Eagle Soaring

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Red Eagle Soaring (RES) is a non-profit Native Youth Theatre that offers Seattle urban Native youth ages 11-19 contemporary theatre integrated with the traditional performing arts that define Native culture – drumming, singing, and storytelling. Red Eagle Soaring holds their after school rehearsals and productions at RVCC.

Since its formation RES has staged 130 student productions, mentored hundreds of youth, and grown into a full annual cycle of programming consisting of a touring Spring Play (traveling to tribal settings, schools, and conferences throughout the Northwest, as well as Seattle’s Folklife Festival), a 2-week summer performing arts intensive held at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center (culminating in a free public performance), and a series of after-school drama classes in the fall.

For more information, visit redeaglesoaring.org