—Restoring theatre to 1215 Fulton Street, known from 1910 to 1984 as the Regent Theater and since then as the Slave Theater, by turning it into a performing arts center.
—Producing theatre in, of, and by Brooklyn.
—Creating arts education for Brooklyn youth.
In the World:
—Staging theatre wherever theatre is uniquely needed to move forward public conversations.
—Challenging audiences to envision everyday spaces as sites for performance.
—Always asking the question: What more can theatre do in the world?