About the Group:
The Conciliation Project works to promote, through active and challenging dramatic work, open and honest dialogue about racism in America in order to repair its damaging legacy. As a social justice theatre company, the ultimate goal is individual and community transformation. Their dramatic works challenge audiences to rethink their beliefs and prejudices by:
- Presenting previously hidden historical accounts;
- Encouraging candid conversations, rather than tired rhetoric;
- Replacing misconceptions with genuine understanding and acceptance, and;
- Igniting dialogues that have been stiﬂed and silenced by political correctness, misunderstandings, inaccurate historical accounts and fear.
TCP productions illuminate the distortions of America’s racial history and provide an honest interrogation, while including marginalized, under-represented and unheard voices. Our engagements are geared toward businesses, organizations, schools, and communities to help in the process of eliminating racial and cultural stereotypes and the movement toward a more just and equal world.
The “Original Works Series” is a set of six plays specifically geared towards our mission. The “Community Collaboration Series” partners the mission of community groups with the mission of TCP. Our productions can be used in a number of ways including: workshops, dialogue sessions, performances, lectures, and residencies.
Tour Contact: Andrienne Wilson
15 King Street
Richmond, VA 23222
- Performances $1,700 and up
- Workshops, Lectures and Residencies $750 and up
*All prices negotiable. Fees do not include housing and travel.
Special programs available for:
- Colleges and universities
- K-12 (K-12 performances are for 9-12 grades and in some cases grades 7 and 8)