We are looking for cast members for the 2016 season of the Prism Project of Greater New Orleans(TPP of GNO)!

 

TPP of GNO is an inclusive performing arts program for children with and without special needs in the Greater New Orleans region, ages 6 – 14.  The program closes the gap in recreational services for children with disabilities by providing the children the opportunity to express themselves and engage with others through dance, theater, and music.  It is through this method that the performers in TPP of GNO will explore and develop appropriate social skills, peer relations, self-confidence, self-esteem, and friendships.

 

To apply, you can either get a copy of the application on our website http://www.fhfsela.org/#!theprismproject2016application/ch7i or you can pick up an application at Families Helping Families of Southeast Louisiana (7240 Crowder Blvd., Suite 202, New Orleans, LA  70127).  You can also request a copy by contacting Kelly Fischer at kfischer@bsu.edu.

 

We are in the process of working out an agreement on a new rehearsal and performance location, so I have not included a specific location on the application. 

 

If you are interested in participating, please fill out the attached application for your child(ren).  You can either drop it off or mail it to FHF of SELA ( 7240 Crowder Blvd., Suite 202, New Orleans, LA  70127) or you can fill it out and e-mail it back to me at kfischer@bsu.edu.  You should also include the $40 participation fee.  This fee covers participation for the entire season.

 

Feel free to contact Kelly Fischer if you have any questions.  As always, spaces on the cast are limited by the number of volunteers and staff we have, so we will place children on a first come first serve basis.  We do anticipate the potential of having more applicants than we can serve, so please submit your application as soon as possible.

 

If your child participated in the past, but is now over the age of 15, we do welcome returning cast members into our "Junior Director" program.  This program is designed to allow participants an opportunity to gain some job skills by taking on additional responsibility.  Please contact me for more information about that program.

 

Kelly Fischer, MA, LMHC

Program Coordinator, Prism Project of Greater New Orleans

kfischer@bsu.edu