Chain Reaction Theatre Project

A Visible Chain Reaction

During her writing of "Invisible", Chain Reaction Theatre Project's founder Shelley Smith began to see a link between homeless youth and sex trafficking. She learned that major sporting events increase the 'supply and demand' for prostitution. In preparation for Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl in 2018, our theatre company will unite with local institutions working to combat this crime in an effort to create awareness and educate others through a buzzworthy theatrical production.

Chain Reaction Theatre Project will perform the play "Body and Sold" by playwright Deborah Lake Fortson will run October - November 2017 at multiple venues in the Twin Cities metro area and will couple with industry organizations to connect with inspired audience members.

This is where you enter the scene.... o
ur 2016 Give to the Max Day goal is $4,000 which is 1/3 of the projected cost of the production. Chain Reaction Theatre Project cannot take action alone. We need to partner with advocates like you who are looking to make a difference in your community and the world. If you have a passion for performing arts, social justice, or community education - please join our fast growing team of supporters!

Help us create a visible 
chain reaction!
Respond to our request by donating any amount desired
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Chain Reaction Theatre Project
ignites the human spirit by creating compelling, entertaining and socially conscious theatre, inspiring audiences, artists and communities to be more socially conscious world citizens.
Our vision is to use the powerful and entertaining art form of theatre, to create entertaining and thought-provoking works that focus on social justice issues, ranging in scope from local to global, in order to increase awareness and to inspire and encourage audiences and communities to take action.

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