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is a 12-year-old African American boy in the 1960s South who raises his
voice to confront the inequities of school segregation. “LIFT EVERY
VOICE...” is a multimedia play exploring the images, spirit, and events
of mid-century America leading up to the Civil Rights Movement.
play with music offers a pathway to understanding and compassion for
young learners. Historical touchstones include the Montgomery Bus
Boycott, the Little Rock Nine, the Greensboro Sit-ins, the Freedom
Fighters, and the Civil Rights Movement.
Letter to the Editor” resonates with the voice in everyone to fight
(appropriate for Grades 4
As a social-profit organization,
Pushcart Players’ programs are made possible in part by NJ State
Council on the Arts/Department of State, Pine Tree Foundation of New
York, Actors’ Equity Foundation, ADP Foundation, EJ Grassmann
Trust, Hyde & Watson Foundation, The Montclair Foundation, PNC
Bank/Lillian Schenck Foundation, The Sosland Foundation, The Turrell
Fund, The Whitehill Foundation, and numerous individual contributors.
All Pushcart Players
are members of Actors Equity Association,
union for professional actors and stage managers.
Thanks to generous
grants from The Montclair Foundation, The Turrell Fund, and Lillian
Schenck Foundation, underwriting is available to bring the
production to your school.