Every day, kids in need are missing nearly 850,000 meals at school in New York City, due to COVID-19 closures. Nationwide, that number jumps to over 33 million meals.
No Kid Hungry has a plan to feed them, but they need our help.
The Homebound Project is a new independent theater initiative, focused on connecting sheltering artists and helping to feed children affected by the coronavirus pandemic in NYC and beyond. Founded by playwright Catya McMullen and director Jenna Worsham, The Homebound Project is theater made to support those working on the front lines of this crisis. Through an online theater platform, and as an all-volunteer artist team, their mission is two-fold: Raise funds for a nonprofit active in pandemic relief efforts and make great theater with currently homebound artists.
We make new theater to raise funds for
No Kid Hungry, as they they continue to keep kids fed in NYC and beyond.
Our pick-your-own ticket prices (beginning at $10) go directly to NKH, and grant you access to our online performances. Each performance features new works by leading and emerging writers of the American theater.