Homeless does not mean helpless
Homeless does not mean hopeless
Join others in the Presbytery of the Western Reserve to learn more about the lives for formerly homeless men and their struggles as they display their talents at the Cleveland Public Theatre on Sunday Nov. 10 at 3pm.
This is a program for residents of Y-Haven, a transitional housing facility for formerly homeless men in recovery from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Since 1998, CPT and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, have annually collaborated to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. This life-changing, arts-based program teaches performing arts and technical aspects of theatre while addressing critical personal, interpersonal, and job-related skills through a comprehensive process. The Y-Haven Theatre Project supports newly learned skills for sober and independent living.
The Ministry Advocating with Homeless Persons has reserved a block of tickets for this performance and invites you to join us as we continue our goal of trying to educate the presbytery on the plight of the homeless. Reserve your tickets below before Monday Nov 4.
Tickets can be picked up at the theatre the night of the performance. MAHP also invites you to light refreshments and conversation at Bethany Presbyterian Church after the performance. If you are unable to attend the Nov 10 performance there are two other performances at 7pm on Nov 7 and 8. A $5 donation is requested.
Parking is available on Detroit east of theatre complex and at Bethany Presbyterian Church.