TMI Project’s Voices in Action storytelling benefit to be held at BSP

(Photo by Dion Ogust)

The Hudson Valley storytelling not-for-profit TMI Project presents Voices in Action, an annual benefit and storytelling showcase on Saturday, September 21. The fourth annual fundraiser at BSP in Kingston features local storytellers who have shared and developed stories in recent TMI Project workshops and live performances. Chris Wells, founding artistic director of the Obie Award-winning organization The Secret City, will be honored with the 2019 Voices in Action Award for his groundbreaking work in connecting community through the arts. The TMI Project will also be recognizing three local leaders and activists as TMI Project Agents of Change: Jeff Rindler, executive director of the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center; artist Ubaka Hill; and RUPCO, the region’s leading provider of and advocate for quality, affordable housing and community development programs.

General admission tickets cost $75, $25 for students. Premium tickets, available for $100 ($35 for students), include a pre-show reception, food, drink and a meet-and-greet with honorees, storytellers and TMI Project staff.

Voices in Action, Saturday, Sept. 21, 8 p.m. (7 p.m. cocktail hour), $25-$100, BSP, 323 Wall St., Kingston, www.tmiproject.org

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