Partners

We're proud to spotlight our partners in the Chicago communities where we're presenting Fannie Lou Hamer, Speak On It!


Voting Partners 

League of Women VotersLeague of Women Voters
Special thanks to The League of Women Voters for assisting attendees with questions on voter registration and mail-in voting at performances. Learn more about their important work ensuring everyone has a voice during the upcoming election at www.lwvchicago.org

 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated - Tau Psi Zeta Chapter Zeta Phi Beta
Tau Psi Zeta Chapter was chartered on September 19, 2004 in Alsip, Illinois by 20 women who sought to create and provide leadership skills that will enhance the abilities of its members to promote civic work in the community and build a foundation upon which a national organization can thrive. TauPsiZeta.com

 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated - Tau Xi Zeta ChapterZeta Phi Beta
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Tau Xi Zeta chapter hosts/participates in community-based activities focused on improving the wellness of Chicagoland. We are always looking for exceptional women to come join our chapter and empower the neighborhoods we serve in the western suburbs and Chicago!  Learn more by emailing membership@tauxizeta.org or visit Facebook.com/FinerForestPark/

 

Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil RightsChicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights
Offering Election Protection at 866-OUR-VOTE www.clccrul.org

 

 

South Side Partners

DuSable Museum of African History (Washington Park/Woodlawn)DuSable Museum of African History
The DuSable Museum of African American History is the oldest independent black history museum in the nation. Our mission is to promote understanding and inspire appreciation of the achievements, contributions and experiences of African Americans through exhibits, programs and activities that illustrate African and African American history, culture and art. The DuSable Museum is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate and for more information on the Museum and its programs, please call 773-947-0600 or visit us at www.DuSableMuseum.org The DuSable Museum of African American History gratefully acknowledges the Chicago Park District’s partnership.

 

Kennedy King College (Englewood)
Kennedy King College is a partner in our workforce development program, a host site for our GenNarrations program and a collaborator with our Statesville Voices project. In addition, we partner with their English and Theater departments to provide access to our productions and curriculum. www.ccc.edu

 

Shift Englewood Youth Orchestra (EnglewoodShift Englewood)
Shift: Englewood was founded in 2014 to promote social and personal growth through intensive music and leadership training. We work in schools in Greater Englewood, and provide training to musicians interested in music and social justice. We focus on student voice, and foster creativity through skills development and collective composition. www.ShiftYouth.org

 

Something Good in Englewood, Inc. (Englewood)Something Good
Something Good In Englewood, Inc is a 501C3 non-profit organization designed to increase socio-economic opportunities for Englewood, and surrounding areas by establishing wrap around services for residents at critical ages, and stages of life informed by community engagement, and advocacy. 

We aspire to inspire and aid our community through civic engagement, workforce development & educational programming. SomethingGoodInEnglewood.com

 

Student Matinee Series
Participating Chicago high schools receive standards-based teacher professional development, arts-integrated curriculum guidance across subject areas, production-specific study guides, and tickets to Goodman Student Matinees. Learn More.
  • Wendell Phillips Academy High School (Bronzeville)
  • Walter H Dyett High School for the Arts (Washington Park)
  • Williams Prep School of Medicine High School (Washington Park)
  • Simeon Career Academy High School (Chatham)
  • Baker College Prep (South Chicago)

 

Disney Musicals in Schools
This free 17-week program for elementary schools provides Goodman teaching artists to work with students and teachers to build a sustainable music theater program, through mounting classic Disney musical productions. Learn More.
  • John C. Haines Elementary (Chinatown)
  • Gillespie Elementary (West Chesterfield)
  • Charles Gates Dawes Elementary (Ashburn)
  • Carter School of Excellence (Washington Park)

 

 

North Side Partners

National Veterans Arts Museum (Portage Park)
National Veterans Arts Museum is a primary partner in our Blue Star Program and Goodman event collaborator. The museum is dedicated to displaying and studying art produced by veterans. nvam.org

 

Portage Park Neighborhood Association (Portage Park)Portage Park Neighborhood Association
Our mission is to promote the welfare and spirit of the Portage Park community by promoting a spirit of cooperation, goodwill and neighborliness, and encouraging people to openly communicate and participate in the exchange of ideas about how to improve the community and preserving those features that make this community unique. Find Portage Park Neighborhood Association on Facebook.

 

West Ridge Artists (West Ridge)West Ridge Artists
West Ridge Artists is a local arts organization advancing artistic engagement in our diverse community by involving artists from all ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds. We welcome artists from all mediums - visual, performing and literary - and those who love and support the arts in our community. www.WestRidgeArtists.org

 

Student Matinee Series
Participating Chicago high schools receive standards-based teacher professional development, arts-integrated curriculum guidance across subject areas, production-specific study guides, and tickets to Goodman Student Matinees. Learn More.
  • Senn High School (Edgewater)
  • Stephen T. Mather High School (West Ridge)
  • CICS ChicagoQuest High School (Lincoln Park)
  • GCE Lab School (The Loop)
  • Muchin College Prep (The Loop)

 

Disney Musicals in Schools
This free 17-week program for elementary schools provides Goodman teaching artists to work with students and teachers to build a sustainable music theater program, through mounting classic Disney musical productions. Learn More.
  • Hibbard Elementary (Albany Park)
  • Joyce Kilmer Elementary (Rogers Park)

 

 

Central/West Side Partners

Alt Space Chicago (Austin)Alt Space
"For those seeking positive change in the world, alt_ is a contagious, artist-led engine that undertakes tangible acts of service, using art and faith as tools that galvanize impassioned, self-sufficient communities to join in, at a time when past and present injustices spur us to collectively imagine our best future. AltSpaceChicago.com

 

Chicago West Community Music Center (Austin)
Chicago West Community Music Center has partnered with the Goodman on several events and assists in the recruitment of participants in our Musical Theater Intensive. CWCMC's mission is to harness the creative potential of Chicago youths through music education, artistic and cultural expression, and by fostering positive relationships across neighborhood lines. cwcmc.org

 

Student Matinee Series
Participating Chicago high schools receive standards-based teacher professional development, arts-integrated curriculum guidance across subject areas, production-specific study guides, and tickets to Goodman Student Matinees. Learn More.
  • Taft High School (Norwood Park) 
  • Aspira Antonia Pantoja (Hermosa/Logan Square/Kilbourn Park) 
  • Aspira Early College High School (Hermosa/Logan Square/Kilbourn Park)
  • Multicultural Arts School (Little Village)
  • Spry Community Links High School (Little Village)
  • Latino Youth High School (Little Village)
  • Academy of Scholastic Achievement (Garfield Park)
  • Instituto Health Sciences Career Academy (Little Village)
  • John Hancock College Prep. High School (West Elsdon)
  • John F. Kennedy High School (Garfield Ridge) 

 

Disney Musicals in Schools
This free 17-week program for elementary schools provides Goodman teaching artists to work with students and teachers to build a sustainable music theater program, through mounting classic Disney musical productions. Learn More
  • Irma C. Ruiz Elementary School (Pilsen)
  • Mozart Elementary (Logan Square)
  • Providence Englewood Charter School (West Englewood)
  • Acero Roberto Clemente Elementary School (Galewood)
  • Washington Irving Elementary (Tri-Taylor)
  • Belmont Cragin Elementary (Belmont-Cragin)
  • Jonathan Y. Scammon Elementary (Kilbourn Park)
  • Richard Yates Elementary (Humboldt Park)
  • Kanoon Magnet Elementary (Little Villiage) 

 

 

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