The Conciliation Project

The Concilliation ProjectAbout 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.

Current Projects:
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.

Contact Info:
Tour Contact: Andrienne Wilson
15 King Street
Richmond, VA  23222

Fee Structure:*

  • Performances  $1,700 and up
  • Workshops, Lectures and Residencies $750 and up

*All prices negotiable. Fees do not include housing and travel.

Artistic Discipline:

  • theater

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)
  • Prisons

Download Work Samples Here

Alternate ROOTS supports the creation and presentation of original art that is rooted in communities of place, tradition or spirit. We are a group of artists and cultural organizers based in the South creating a better world together. As Alternate ROOTS, we call for social and economic justice and are working to dismantle all forms of oppression—everywhere.