In-Prison Performances

1776, Sing Sing

Macbeth, Fishkill Correctional Facility

Twelfth Night, Sing Sing        

The Wiz, Bedford Hills 

Same Thing Make You Laugh, That Thing Gonna

Make You Cry, Green Haven    

The Odd Couple, Fishkill

Holiday Concert, Woodbourne 

On the Waterfront, Sing Sing 

Bedford Sings Broadway! Bedford Hills

Home is a Verb, play reading, Sing Sing

Cafe of the Heart, Green Haven

Of Mice and Men, Sing Sing 

Cyrano, Fishkill



What is Compelling About Funding the Arts? 

Presented by Impact100 Westchester  

Neuberger Museum, Purchase College  

NY Art for Justice ForumColumbia University

Freedom Feather, Break Out: Voices from the Inside, 

PEN America Brooklyn Bookfest Bookend event

Inside/Outside Prison Walls, Sackler Center, Brooklyn Museum New York University Forum on Educational Theatre Shifting Inmate Behavior Through Innovative Arts-Based Programs at Sing Sing, ACA conference

Beyond the Bars, Columbia University 

Visions of Confinement, Hunter College                                   Brown University Alumni Club

The Art of Criminology, John Jay College

92nd Street Y, Senior Program Social Action Committee

American Association of University Women

Yonkers Riverfront Library  

Home is a Verb performances, Ensemble Studio, Carnegie Hall & Mainstage Theatre

Lehman College Criminal Justice Reform Consortium

Art + Action Intensive: Addressing Mass Incarceration Through the ArtsGibney Dance

Images from Behind Prison WallsRTA Art Exhibit, Ossining Public Library 




In-Prison Performances


January 23

Father Comes Home From the Wars 

Green Haven Correctional Facility

January 30

Dutch Crown, Woodbourne Correctional Facility

June 11

FabulationBedford Hills Correctional Facility


January 24

Bedford Art Show, featuring artwork by RTA participants at

Bedford Correctional Facility.

Proceeds to benefit RTA (among others)

Preview party 6-9 pm, on display weekends through February 2

February 9

RTA Homecoming Celebration, Carnegie Hall

Screenings of Dramatic Escape, a documentary

following RTA's production of A Few Good Men at Sing Sing

Each screening is followed by a panel discussion.

No public screenings currently scheduled.

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