Molière In The Park stands in solidarity with the women, men and groups who seek to fight any and all forms of racism, bigotry, police violence and discrimination. We feel that a more diverse, inclusive, non-violent and anti-racist world is a more beautiful world.

The horrific shootings of unarmed Black men and women by police in the United States continue to take place, which pains us all. MIP wants to take a moment to affirm its dedication to creating a just, diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist theatre community in Brooklyn, N.Y.C. and the United States.

If you want to TAKE ACTION, please find resources below. It is up to ALL of us to force the changes that we want to see happen into existence.

 

Black Lives do indeed Matter.

Co-signed,

Garth Belcon

Co-Founding Executive Producer

Molière In The Park

Co-signed,

Lucie Tiberghien

Founding Artistic Director

Molière In The Park

'Engage' and 'Who We Are' photos by Lauren Silverman.

'Mission' and 'Support' photos by Russ Rowland.

'Up Next' illustration by Nhung Lê for the The New Yorker.

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