Liberation. Hope. Freedom. These three words are packed full of meaning and emotion. This Saturday, April 29th Cleveland Public Theatre leads a momentous event (4th annual) at St. John's connecting us back to the history of the Underground Railroad AND inviting us into the contemporary struggles people face along the journey to freedom and hope that sustain and motivate us.
Hundreds of artists, of all ages, come to share their story which connects to the larger story. Artists of many kinds including: musicians, singers, dancers, spoken word artists, poets and... all come together for this interactive and inspiring event. Station Hope is free, open to ALL people and appropriate for families and people of any age. There will be parking in different lots around St. John's campus, there will be food trucks, a wheel chair ramp and performances will take place both inside and outside, rain or shine.
We hope you come and bring friends to this amazing and one of a kind event where people of all different backgrounds and perspectives are welcome! Come to a place and event where you will learn something, get to know a new person and get inspired to be a positive change in your neighborhood, work environment and the world!
You can visit Cleveland Public Theatre's website to learn more about Station Hope!