A Beacon of Freedom. A Convening of Community. A Celebration of Hope.
Performing a new piece Mexicanidad In The United States Of America incorporating recorded voice-over, sound design, music, and spoken word.
One night a year, 250 artists from across Northeast Ohio inhabit historic St. John’s Episcopal Church—Cleveland’s first authenticated Underground Railroad site and a beacon of freedom symbolizing the city’s social justice heritage. Station Hope celebrates hope and addresses many of the most important issues of our time through powerful theatre, spoken word, dance, music and multimedia performances inspired by contemporary issues of freedom and justice. Audiences are invited to explore the historic buildings and surrounding grounds while visual art installations, choir performances and other interactive activities set the atmosphere around the church.