Serenity Hill in the Pandemic

Serenity Hillstarted life as a play, by Charlottesville playwright Larry Goldstein, that was workshopped and developed in the Hamner Theater’s VPSI (Virginia Playwrights and Screenwriters Initiative.)  It was ready for a fully staged production when the pandemic hit.  Without losing momentum the project became Serenity Hill in the Pandemic, a web series of Zoom calls to and from the residents and staff  at Serenity Hill.  Season One has wrapped and work on Season Two is about to begin.  Please consider a tax deductible donation to this project. Seventy percent of your donation will go to stipends to pay the actors and the folks behind the scenes and the rest will be used to increase our outreach, audience development and to keep the lights on.  We are proud to tell the stories of a largely unheard population, our nation’s elders who live in residential facilities, the folks who love them and those who provide daily care.  These facilities have been hit hard by the coronavirus.  Help the Hamner Theater tell these stories and  keep making art.