"I have considered People's Light an artistic home since I first directed The Mountaintop in 2016. I am honored to be of service to the theatre and community as Resident Director. As an artist and educator, I aim to continue People's Light's core values and mission as a light of and for the people.”
Back for one weekend only! Join the Folk Tale Friends October 16 or 17 at 4pm for this socially distanced, outdoor edu-tainment offering for families with young children. Two storytellers lead families through a world creation story inspired by Korean and First Nations’ folk tales about curiosity, courage, and caring. Recommended for wigglers and gigglers ages 2 through 8.
Like so many performing arts non-profits, People's Light keenly feels the fallout of this crisis. As a center for community gathering, we will continue to find ways to help our neighbors and bring theatre to our audiences – but we need your support now more than ever.
Set among the award-winning perennial English gardens of People's Light, the recently renovated Farmhouse is a premier wedding and event venue.
The Farmhouse Bistro offers a casual dining experience for theatre-goers.