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THEATRE IS THE CURE honors Black Live/Black Artists Matter June 12th

Updated: 6/11/20 

Since we last spoke with Hannah Logan with THEATRE IS THE CURE, their event has proven to be a great success with over 1100 folks following their weekly events from all over the world including Hungary, Australia, China, Venezuela, Ireland and more. Theatre Is the Cure is currently working on a Black Live/Black Artists Matter event featuring writers, actors, and directors who submitted their work specifically for this show. 

Logan says this show is not only timely but “specifically focused to allow the work and stories of these Black Americans to be seen and their voices to be heard.”

Though Logan Squared productions have always utilized the gifts and talents of Black artists and other artists of color in all of our events, both on stage and behind the scenes, we feel, now, more than ever, that shining a light on the valiant fight of Black Americans for equality, as well as their contributions to our culture and society is more important than ever. It is taking more forethought, more work, but certainly doesn’t touch the work required for them to get where they are at this moment in history.

The previously posted performance on 6/12, this has been postponed as they continue to make it paramount to the event to have the right actors and directors.  

Produced by Logan Squared Productions THEATRE IS THE CURE has been active since the beginning of the Covid quarantine lockdown, producing work with artists from around the globe for audiences everywhere to enjoy. Theatre is the Cure has always been a pay-what-you-can event, accepting donations dispersed among the participating artists.  Any donations help them continue to support the participating artists financially as well as artistically survive during this time.

Theatre Is The Cure believes ALL artists should be fairly compensated. For donations or to help sponsor to help please go to

Updates on the date of the event will be posted on their website as well as their Facebook page.

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