InterPlay North Carolina

What does it take to create hope?

Posted on Feb 27, 2011

What does it take to create hope, remove barriers to opportunity and build communities of mutual support and interdependence? On behalf of The Hope Center at Pullen, Off The Deep End will explore the things that encourage our sense of hope through original dance, story and song. The Hope Center works to replace barriers with bridges of hope for the homeless and disenfranchised in our community. We can all use a bit more hope these days!

Reserve your seat now! Contact Ginny Going and Tom Henderson at 919-821-3723 or Learn more here.

Community news

InterPlay is a supporting partner of Arts For All Cabaret, a new thrust in play and performance open to people of all abilities, including those with disabilities. Three play events are scheduled for First Fridays March 4, April 2, and May 6 at Crocker’s Mark Gallery in Raleigh.

Dyck Dewid is introducing InterPlay at Resources for Seniors at 401 Whitiker Mill Road on March 16 and 23, 10:00 - 11:30. Anyone over 55 is welcomed. Come support it if you can! If we become a regular event there we’ll be looking for more InterPlay leaders to share and to try their wings.

Terry McCarthy is leading a Performance Jam in Durham and a storytelling workshop in Raleigh during March.

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Ginny Going & Tom Henderson

Ginny Going and Tom Henderson are retreat and workshop leaders, performance artists, organization consultants and master InterPlay teachers.