Continuing the Conversation 

AHT is proud to announce that we are expanding Continuing the Conversation into an ongoing video series. We are also expanding our online fundraising push until the end of the year. If our segments have taught, inspired or moved you in any way, we encourage you to DONATE. 

November is Veterans Appreciation Month and we are excited to release two veteran-focused segments. The first features Spshelle Rutledge. Marine Veteran with familiar partner Breaking Down Barriers about the famed Tuskegee Airmen. Later this month we look forward to sharing a segment featuring our veteran founders, Hal Berry, a Vietnam-era Navy corpsman and Amber Robinson, Army combat veteran and board member and Army combat veteran, Chris Wood. 

If you step up and donate, your donations will help us fund our upcoming 2021 Season. Despite having to adapt our protocol in different ways due to COVID19, we are dedicated to the creation of a full AHT Season in the coming year.

We hope to debut two important world premiers in 2021, the long-awaited CHOICE, our first original play written by Alli Mayville about the very serious problem of bullying. Secondly is The Phoenix Project, a dance show to raise awareness around the epidemic of Military Sexual Trauma by sharing the stories of survivors through modern dance.

Any amount helps us continue raising Awareness Through the Arts

 

Help us keep the dream alive. 

Wounded Knee - Marcia Hunter - August 19

Japanese Internment Camps Gabriela Masuda - August 26

Zoot Suit Riots - Fernando Parra Chong - Sept 2

Stonewall Riots - Vanessa Pineda - Sept 9

9/11 - Lily Mojdehi and Noun Abdelaziz - Sept 16

Tuskegee Airmen- Spshelle Rutledge - Nov 12

The American History Theater

PO Box 262325, 

9051 Mira Mesa Blvd

San Diego, CA 92126

858-689-9106

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