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The PROJcast

Apr 22, 2019

“You can’t really expect the world to change by itself … only a person of power can do that. So, I think that the first step is to gain recognition and show people what good can do.” Sarah, age 11

Three different pieces exploring the theme of change - a Radiomaking play by Ricardo; an interview between Smart Partners Sarah & Lynne Marie Rosenberg; and a song with lyrics by Kiara, from our Songmaking concert last November.

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The Members: Ricardo, Sarah, & Kiara.

Project Volunteers: Arielle Goldman, Ben Moss (Instagram & Twitter: @benkmoss), Jarrett Murray (Social Media: JarrettMurrayMusic), Nadia Quinn (Social Media: @nadiaquinn), Lynne Marie Rosenberg (Twitter: @lynnerosenberg, Facebook & Instagram: @lynnemarierosenberg), & Rafe Terrizzi (Instagram: @randywaif).

The PROJcast theme song is written by Justin & Eric March (Twitter: @eriqmarch), and performed by Rebecca, Nicole, and Marinda Anderson (Instagram: @marindaanderson, Twitter: @marindanderson).

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A production of The 52nd Street Project, a non-profit arts education organization working with the children (ages 9 - 18) in Hell’s Kitchen in Manhattan. The Project brings kids together with adult artists to create original work for the theater. The PROJcast offers a behind-the-scenes view of the work of the Project as the kids create and explore theater as well as other art forms, such as song, dance, poetry, film and more. Long term-mentoring relationships form the basis of much of the Project’s work, and these episodes will feature reporting, stories, performances and interviews with kids and adults.

The 52nd Street Project is supported by The Altman Foundation, & The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation.

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