The Summer Fresh Festival is Broad Views on Broadway's theatre festival that presents a variety of work in its early stages of development to a community. Each year Summer Fresh Festival has a theme of an ethical, social, or political platform! Summer Fresh Festival provides a safe environment for our audience to experience new works as well as a safe environment for artists to create, work, and thrive in. Each year we readily provide assistance with a platform to present their work, resources, and networks to strive outside of our festival.Broad Views on Broadway not only promotes a professional environment, we also promote empathetic and human connections. This year we are excited to have artists: Micheal Haggins Tavi Juarez, Jessie and Jared Fields,Kathy NG, Vanus Maria Delmar,Naomi Harris,Divya Maus,Robert Lee Poole III and Haley Poole,Emily Garrison and Brandon Rumaker.This years themes are Social change. Unsung heros, Reproductive Rights and conflicts among minority groups.
News About Summer Fresh Festival at Broad Views On Broadway
Broad Views On Broadway Presents SUMMER FRESH FESTIVAL
August 05, 2019
Broad Views On Broadway is proud to present their annual Summer Fresh Festival! As we continue to face attacks on everyday human rights its important now more than ever to know we are not alone. Art is a pinnacle part of society in telling the stories of those affected most; Now is the time to come together and fight for what we believe in and Broad Views on Broadway is providing that outlet for art! The Summer Fresh Festival serves as a safe space to present some of your freshest work and receive feedback and development support! We are proud to present the artists showcasing their work this year:
Summer Fresh Festival Submission Extended To Include Reproductive Rights
May 23, 2019
Broad Views On Broadway will present their annual Summer Fresh Festival! This year their themes are Social Change, Unsung Heros ,Conflicts Within Minority Groups and Reproductive Rights. As we continue to face attacks on everyday human rights its important now more than ever to know we are not alone.