Bringing Communities Together To Tell Their Stories

Post-Industrial Productions was founded in 2011 by Robert Van Valin to bring socially-relevant theatrical works to young and diverse audiences that had traditionally been underserved by the Buffalo theatre community. Now a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we seek to bring communities together by forming strategic partnerships with other non-profit organizations to raise awareness of important social issues and advocate for change using the universal language of theatre.

NFFT Community Arts Center Project

We’re in discussions with the Niagara Frontier Food Terminal (located at the intersection of Clinton St. / Bailey Ave.) to lease nearly 3,400 sq ft of  industrial space for the purpose of converting it into a community arts center. This new venue would serve not only as the site of all future PIP performances, but also as a flexible community space that could be rented by other nonprofit groups for a variety of uses, including rehearsal space, gallery space, and performance space.

To make this vision a reality, we need YOUR HELP! Our GoFundMe campaign includes tiers and special incentive gifts depending on your level of donation.

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