Matrix Theatre Company, Detroit Grant



Organization - Matrix Theatre Company, Detroit
Grant Amount - $80,000
Foundation - Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
Grant Purpose - $80,000 (over three years) for support to increase access to live theatre for people with disabilities. The “Building Theatres of Inclusion” project is designed to expand the accessibility of live theater performances to persons with visual, mobile, cognitive and hearing disabilities. The project ultimately seeks to build the capacity of the local theatrical community through the use of outreach, training and technology.


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