The BiTSY Stage
We provide high quality, FREE theatrical productions for the whole family. Our adaptations of international folktales celebrate the things we all have in common while exploring the differences that make our world so rich. The owners of The BiTSY Stage proudly funds this website, ArtWillSaveTheWorld.com!
Hip-hop and Hajibs
Artists Striving to End Poverty
We see every day how access to the arts gives children vital skills that can be used in school and in their personal lives. They become better communicators, build their confidence to participate, and learn how to solve problems by thinking outside the box. Most importantly, the arts show each child that their voice is important. There is infinite possibility in that belief.
Bond Street Theatre
The Connelly Theater is part of Cornelia Connelly Center, a non-profit organization that champions girls at risk, empowering them to realize their full potential from middle school through college and beyond. All proceeds from theater rental go to the Center to support their middle school and Graduate Support program.
International Theatre & Literacy Project
GISHWHES believes that "normalcy" is overrated and that the true "living" can be found hidden under the rocks of community artistic creation, acts of artistic sublime public performances, and random acts of kindness. More importantly, we are all artists and have gifts for society no matter what our capabilities or talents.
Prison Performing Arts
Actors for Autism
Manhattan Theatre Club
For over 25 years, MTC Education has worked with youth confronting the challenges of poverty, trauma, and involvement in the justice system. We believe these young people deserve equitable access to constructive educational opportunities that can lead toward fulfillment, success, and productive citizenship.
The Freedom Theatre
The Freedom Theatre draws its inspiration from a unique project, Care and Learning, which used theatre and art to address the chronic fear, depression and trauma experienced by children in Jenin Refugee Camp. Set up during the first Intifada the project was run by Arna Mer Khamis, a revolutionary who devoted her life to campaigning for freedom and human rights, together with women in the refugee camp.