Lifeline Theater Arts
Lifeline Theater is Planting a Flag
Lifeline Theater is fully committed to establishing the Lifeline Theater Art Center within the next six months. The bold colors of this illustration of the American flag by Peter Max perfectly symbolize our confidence and spirit in this endeavor.
A fixed residence will enable Lifeline to increase the number and diversity of its programs, collaborate and innovate with more social agencies and theater associations, and allow us to stage theater, music and dance productions written and performed by special needs individuals. These changes and others are behind a renewed drive we are launching to broaden our impact.
The indispensable ingredient that gives us the strength and vitality to take on large projects like the Lifeline Theater Art Center are the hundreds of special needs children and adults we reach each week. Each day we think of these individuals, just as we think of our family and friends, and we realize the enormous gift each of them give to us.
It reminds us of the classic Louis Armstrong recording, What a Wonderful World.
Photos from our last concert fundraiser
“A Musical Performance”
SATURDAY, June 12th, 2021
THANK YOU to those who attended our fundraiser and to those who donated! Read more.
More About Us
Lifeline Theater is a non-profit organization created to provide an outlet for unlocking the potential of children and adults with special needs through integrated arts and life skills programs. We use singing, dancing, creating plays, artwork and gardening. We help participants realize their own strengths and potential contributions to their communities.
Life Skills & Theater Programs
“Our daughter felt so comfortable with Billy and her classmates that she poured her heart out with feelings that she never expressed before.”
Lifeline Theater Community Member
Ways to Support
Lifeline Theater is growing and we could use your help. We have current needs for volunteers to help in the following areas:
Interested? Email us at email@example.com
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“When you open up your heart to a special needs child or adult, the most beautiful, wondrous, powerful part of you is exposed. Therein lies the ‘Genius in Healing.’”
Billy Ayres, Founder of Lifeline Theater