African American Repertory Theatre of Virginia

aka AART   |   Richmond, VA   |  www.AARTofVA.org
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Mission

The African American Repertory Theatre of Virginia engages, inspires and challenges our audience through a broad range of theatrical presentations that promote, nurture, reflect, and celebrate the vast spectrum of life that is the African American experience. Through performance, education, community engagement and collective development we seek to establish and maintain a permanent theatrical institution based in Richmond, Virginia that is committed to providing a full season of illuminating theatrical programming.Motto: AART for all.

Ruling year info

2016

Principal Officer

dl Hopkins

Main address

P.O. Box 23157

Richmond, VA 23223 USA

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Formerly known as

Living Word Stage Company

EIN

13-4209280

NTEE code info

Arts Education/Schools (A25)

Community, Neighborhood Development, Improvement (S20)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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AART Young Actors' Theatre

Theatrically gifted children who often don't have an opportunity to receive professional training have an opportunity to gain the knowledge, tools, skills, and support to realize their potential. During a three week summer course or a twelve week after school program, youth from ages 7 through 18 are trained in both performing arts and technical theater. Diverse segments of the community claim as their own a professional theatre that through the medium of entertainment, offers a tangible source of pride and hope in the future of Richmond.

Population(s) Served

Local playwrights are given an opportunity to submit a one-act work to be judged and possibly chosen for performance by a professional theater company. Playwrights are given an opportunity to sit down with a professionally published playwright who will work with them in making the script "stage-ready."

Population(s) Served

Acting classes utilizing the Jazz Acting Method, pioneered by the late Ernie McClintock, will be offered over an eight week period.

Population(s) Served

Our performing season consists of four professionally produced main stage shows -- two plays and a musical. Shows produced are those giving the African American perspective. We utilize professional talent and offer opportunities for audiences to see art not regularly seen in the mainstream theater community. Such a season requires hiring professional actors, designers as well as procuring a suitable venue.

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Awards

Ernie McClintock Award (Best Ensemble) 2011

Richmond Theater Critics Circle

Financials

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African American Repertory Theatre of Virginia

Board of directors
as of 7/15/2013
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Ms. LaTika Lee

Soul Source

Term: Oct 2010 - Oct 2013

Jo Anne Colbert-Gunn

Affordable Graphics Design and Digital Printing

Ingrid Grant

Henrico County Public Schools

Geno Brantley

Community Volunteer

Tracy Hopkins

Capital One

Quenton Lee

Community Volunteer

LaTika Lee

Soul Source

Donnell Hopkins

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