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Auditions happening THIS FALL!

July 23, 2014 by  
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The Possibility Project operates three program for New York City teenagers, listed below. Find out about auditions in our other cities by contacting those programs directly. Click here for contact information. Upcoming New York Auditions Auditions for our Saturday and After-School programs are HAPPENING THIS FALL! These programs are open to youth ages 13-19. No [...]

Watch the “Know How” Trailer!

February 25, 2014 by  
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We’re incredibly excited to unveil the trailer to our film. Please share it on Facebook, Twitter, Blog about it, put it on Reddit, and anywhere else your heart desires. We need your help with our grassroots campaign, and your voice to galvanize friends, family, and colleagues to make “Know How” a success!

Profile: Marguerite Hemmings

December 11, 2013 by  
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Marguerite Hemmings has worked with TPP on two original musicals written by our Saturday Cast. We asked her to tell us about her role within this program and her motivation for working with our youth… TPP: Describe your background and current work as an artist. MH: I am a choreographer and dancer. I specialize in [...]

Artist Profile: Maiysha Cade

December 5, 2013 by  
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Maiysha Cade has worked with TPP on three original musicals as well as our recent film project. We asked her to tell us about her role within this program and her motivation for working with our youth… TPP: Describe your background and current work as an artist. MC: Dance has been my life forever. I [...]

Promised Premieres in Brooklyn

November 20, 2013 by  
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This Fall, a group of 19 foster care youth wrote and rehearsed an original musical, “Promised,” based on their lives in care. The show’s themes explore the challenges foster care youth face when confronted with the “spiritual crisis” that foster care provokes. Stories examined the relationship between foster youth and foster parents, the value of [...]

Reviews in for “Home Free”

May 30, 2013 by  
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Over four magical nights in late April, 1600 people packed into El Teatro at El Museo del Barrio to witness an outpouring of hope and perserverance presented by The Possibility Project’s Saturday Cast. “Home Free” follows a young woman, Jordan, who is led through a journey of home and homelessness by a new friend, Reggie [...]

Kickstarter Launch: “Know How”

May 22, 2013 by  
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Hello Possibility Project Friends! I am incredibly excited to let you know that we are nearly finished with our foster care film, “Know How.” We’re just a few post-production steps away. We have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds we need to complete these steps. I invite you to click on the video [...]

Premiering in May: Off the Record

May 22, 2013 by  
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The Possibility Project produces three original musicals in New York City each year. Premiere performances are held at an Off-Broadway theatre in Manhattan or Brooklyn. – Read about our original musicals – Bring a group of youth to a show – Receive updates about performances Upcoming Premiere Performances Our newest original musical, Off the Record [...]

Artist Profile: Meagan Baca

April 20, 2013 by  
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Meagan Baca has worked with The Possibility Project on two original musicals. We asked her to tell us about her role within this program and her motivation for working with our youth… TPP: Describe your background and current work as an artist. MB: I was raised in Las Vegas, NV and have studied music and [...]

Winter 2012 News

December 3, 2012 by  
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Dear Possibility Project Friends, People often ask me why I am so confident about the future. The answer is simple – my confidence comes from the stories of the youth with whom we work. For many of our youth, the story begins with devastating conflicts and challenges – unstable homes, dangerous neighborhoods, bullying, discrimination, abuse [...]

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