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Voice & Vision

New York, NY

Voice & Vision develops and produces vibrant theater works with women at the core, and provides them with time, space and resources to create in an environment free from commercial pressures. Founded as a not-for-profit in 1990, Voice & Vision's programming includes professional and educational opportunities for both established and emerging artists to articulate their voices and realize their visions. At the heart of Voice & Vision's programming is the ENVISION Retreat at Bard College in the summer, followed by the ENVISION Lab Series in New York City.

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