Entries by Suzanne Yoe

Book Stars: Setting the stage for literacy

   What would it have been like to have Charlie Brown’s teacher? Wah wah, wah wah, wah wah…  Good grief!    A good teacher guides students to learn. A great teacher makes it fun. A DCPA Teaching Artist leaves an impression to last a lifetime.    DCPA Education offers everything from acting classes to playwriting […]

A “camp-ier” Camp Christmas

If ever there was a King of Christmas, it might just be Lakewood’s very own Lonnie Hanzon. But instead of donning a crown, Hanzon takes on the role of Camp Director when DCPA Off-Center’s Camp Christmas opens at Heritage Lakewood Belmar Park. What started three years ago in Aurora’s Stanley Marketplace can no longer be […]

Continue Our Story. Give to the Recovery Fund.

On March 13, 2000, the world as we in nonprofit theatre knew it, stopped. In response to COVID-19 and a subsequent City mandate, our theatres were forced to close.

While numerous national reports note that the live events industry was the first to close and likely to be the last to reopen, the impact hits even closer to home.