Alliance.

For more information please contact, Gloria Strickland at gstrickland@allstars.org

Atlanta, Georgia

Co-founded in 2004 by ASP board member Mike Pickering and former board member Murray Dabby, the Atlanta All Stars has developed a vibrant community of young people and volunteers throughout the Atlanta metro area using All Stars’ performance model of development.

Greensboro, North Carolina

Since 2014, ASP board member, Omar Ali, Ph.D., has been leading Community Play!/All Stars in Greensboro, North Carolina, using the All Stars’ performance-based approach to engaging poverty through Afterschool Development.

Juarez, Mexico

El Centro Fred Newman Para la Terapia Social, which incorporates All Stars performance approach to development, is an independent therapy and community center built in Juárez, Mexico.

London, England

Led by drama educator, Chantelle Burley and theatre professional, Brian Mullin, London All Stars provides youth with cultural opportunities where they try new things, have new experiences and begin to see new possibilities for themselves and their communities.

Mukono District, Uganda

In 2011, Hope for Youth-Uganda, led by founder and director, Peter Nsubuga, held its first All Stars Talent Show Network event in Kampala, Uganda, involved young people and children orphaned by AIDS.

Tokyo, Japan

In 2015, Japan All Stars, led by Yuji Moro, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at the University of Tsukuba, held its first event at the Nihi-Iko Family Park.

El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua

Led by S. Paola Ramirez and Chris Reyman, The Institute for Improvisation and Social Action (ImprovISA) supports people to develop through improvisation and performance while advocating for a developmental approach to social action and transformation. They are located in the U.S.-Mexico border within the cities of El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.

Lagos State, Nigeria

Led by Rita Ezenwa-Okoro, The Street Project Foundation (SPF) uses creative arts tools like dance, play and performance to facilitate opportunities for engagement and employment of impoverished youth throughout Lagos State, Nigeria. Street Project features six core youth focused programs.

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