Broadway Actors Will Develop Short Plays With Children's Aid Society Youth

News   Broadway Actors Will Develop Short Plays With Children's Aid Society Youth
Broadway Serves, a service organization comprised of members from the Broadway community, has partnered with the Children's Aid Society for a Summer Theater Intensive in which cast members from Broadway shows will work with CAS youth.

On July 9, child volunteers from the theatre community team up with CAS' kindergarten-3rd grade campers to fill and decorate toiletry bags. These toiletries will be donated to formerly homeless residents currently living in an Urban Pathways facility. Throughout July and August, for the Summer Theater Intensive, adult Broadway Serves volunteers (including members of the Broadway casts of Soul Doctor and Amazing Grace) will work with the CAS camp's 4th and 5th graders to create short plays about making healthy choices.

The theme this year for the Children's Aid Society's camp is social justice and community issues such as homelessness and health/nutrition. Broadway Serves will work closely with camp staff to help the campers discover how they too can make a difference in their community.

For more information about Broadway Serves and how you can participate in service opportunities, visit or e-mail

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