Our Partners

Join us! We are an open-arms organization. If you want to know more about joining our community, contact us here. PAAL is for everyone.

PAAL is continuously engaged in active collaborations, including projects, resource-building, and solutions generating and implementing,

We are so grateful to these partners and the groundbreaking impact we've found together.

Select a partner or scroll through the stories below to read more about what we've accomplished.

National Partnerships

We've partnered with each of these organizations on unique projects and collaborations. We're grateful for the opportunities to create impact and change hand in hand with these organizations.

To view our local partner organizations, visit our page on Chapter Cities.

Our Projects

 

Join us! We are an open-arms organization. If you want to know more about joining our community, contact us here. PAAL is for everyone.

PAAL is continuously engaged in active collaborations, including projects, resource-building, and solutions generating and implementing,

We are so grateful to our partners and the groundbreaking impact we've found together.

Select a partner from the gallery above or scroll through the stories below to read more about what we've accomplished.

PAAL Partners with American Theatre Magazine | April 2020

In April of 2020, PAAL partnered with American Theatre Magazine on an all-caregiver themed issue. Both print and digital content featured stories, data, resources, and more to address the current state of support for caregivers in our field.

To view the full online package of content, click here.

Care for Caregivers Cover - PAAL America

Theatre artist, poet, and educator Renee Floresca and her daughter at the 2019 PAAL Summit, presented by Parent Artist Advocacy League for Performing Arts + Media in partnership with the Public Theater in New York City. (Photo by Garlia Cornelia Jones, Parent Artist Advocacy League)

Featured contributors to the issue: Rachel Spencer Hewitt (above) and Roberta Pereira (below); click on any image to read more about the contributions.

"There’s no shortage of stage work for young audiences and their parents. But what about rewarding work for stage artists who are the parents of young children, or caretakers of their own aging parents? The U.S. theatre field has some distance to go on this front. This special issue, undertaken with the support and insight of Parent Artist Advocacy League, looks at examples from theatres large and small that are working to create work/life balance for their artists and staffs, and explores the ongoing intergenerational challenges of sustaining this work from the perspectives of its hardest laborers (i.e., women)."

- American Theatre Magazine

Select an article below to begin reading. (Images presented here and articles below from AmericanTheatre.org)