Pegasus Theatre is deeply saddened by the ongoing systemic racism and violence towards those in the black community. We mourn the losses of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more. We stand in solidarity with you in the fight against oppression and racial injustice, as well as prejudice and intolerance of any kind. 
 
We believe the arts should provide a common ground and creative outlet for our local community and our larger communities to come together.  Part of the mission of Pegasus Theatre is to enlighten and engage the community, and we ask our creative members, patrons, and staff to join us in educating themselves further in order to help create change where it is so desperately needed. We as a company pledge to continue with our own education and to find ways to promote diversity and inclusion in our productions and in our community. 
 
We see you.
We hear you.
We stand with you.
Black Lives Matter. 
 
Below this post are resources to help start an educational process, but we encourage everyone to look beyond simply what we’ve left here. We support those of our community who are speaking out and peacefully protesting and every person who is working together to make a change. 
 
Michael Piper, Board President
Kurt Kleinmann, Artistic Director
Barbara Weinberger, Executive Director
John Harvey, Managing Director
 
 
Black Lives Matter’s page on ways to help
NAACP We Are Done Dying page
Project Implicit- A tool produced by Harvard to examine implicit bias
Resource about what white people can do to combat racial injustice
Resource on how to be a good ally, including further reading and education opportunities
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Pegasus News

Meet Kyle Strickland

Kyle Strickland came to us with glowing recommendations and they are well-earned! Kyle’s interest in technical theatre began many years ago. He got involved in theatre at his school, but he wanted more. So Kyle did what anyone with a curious mind does. He reached out,...

Meet Sam Nance

Sam Nance has an encyclopedic mind, and we are grateful that he reserves a chapter for the secrets of our Living Black and White lighting! But Sam is more than a lighting guy. He has also been an actor, theatre producer, small business owner, and teacher. A man of...

Meet Marc Rouse!

Marc Rouse has spent his entire life in creative endeavors, if you don’t count the four years he spent in the Marine Corps. Yes, that’s right, THE MARINE CORPS. How badass is that?! Marc’s creative expression began in a kindergarten play and continued through high...

How we got our new Lady in Red

By January 2016, the transition to Scott Nixon as Harry Hunsacker was in full swing. Scott was playing Harry several times a week as Kurt’s understudy and would become our full time Harry in January 2017. Now, what to do about the role of the Lady in Red? I was still...

How we got our New Harry!

Written by Barbara Weinberger. In fall 2013, Michael Serrecchia (the director of the Living Black and White shows) was auditioning actors for the upcoming 2014 production of “Rehearsal for Murder!” As usual Kurt and I sat in on auditions, to get a feel for the talent...

Meet Dayna Fries

Being a world class props designer requires an enormous amount of imagination and creativity. Dayna Fries has truckloads of both! She’ll need them to outfit a secret Nazi laboratory set in WW II and do it on a budget! Here’s where the hotdog spiralizers come in. It...