ACHF Arts Access
Illusion will stage six plays in 2016-17 on its mainstage that have currency to Minnesotans’ issues and experiences and that are accessible to them. Illusion will track the number of audiences who attend; Host talkbacks at least weekly for every show that address the outcome; and Invite feedback in the lobby, online, through email, website, and social media. 2: Twin Cities youth will gain theater and leadership skills and be better prepared to enter high school through participation in Illusion arts programs. Illusion will use assessment tools to track the number of schools and youth participating; conduct surveys and interviews with participating youth; and conduct interviews with teachers and school staff.
Illusion produced six plays on its mainstage during 2016-17 on issues that were engaging and relevant to audiences, and served over 12,000 Minnesotans. Illusion maintained accurate records of the number of audience members, conducted regular post-show discussions from the stage, and received feedback from a variety of sources including lobby discussion, social media and email. 2: Illusion delivered arts education to 11,900+ youth, including 2,346 metro youth who got special arts and leadership training to prepare them for high school. Illusion maintained accurate records of number of participating schools and youth, conducted pre- and post-program surveys and interviews with youth participants, and conducted post-program interviews teachers and school staff.
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