The Angle Project’s artistic mission is to create theatre that will lead to the discovery of the human quality in all people and reveal the human soul of the same value in every human being.
The Angle Project’s social mission is to employ theatre to build, integrate, and strengthen communities that have lost their native environment and that now find themselves in a foreign social, cultural, political, and/or geographical context. We help our participants develop capacity to access biological, environmental, cultural, and social resources that are available to them and encourage them to develop more sustainable ecosystems that foster a meaningful and satisfying experience of life.
Conrad Fischer and The Angle Project invite you to the fundraiser event supporting Lost and Guided, an original play based on transcripts from writer-director Irene Kapustina’s interviews with Syrian refugees living in the US. During the evening, guests will have an opportunity to hear selections from interview transcripts. The text will be introduced by the writer-director Irene Kapustina and read by Lost and Guided actors. Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to learn how Lost and Guided came to be and develop a deeper understanding of the human side of the displacement process.