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RESCHEDULED TO AUGUST 14 at 7 PM

We were looking forward to Friday Night THRIVE Live!, but Tropical Storm Isaias has thrown us all for a loop. To make sure that all can participate — the campers, their families, and our community — we have decided to move the event to Friday, August 14. Stay safe, everyone!

Join us for a NEW livestream event!

The teens from Camp THRIVE are pleased to announce their end-of-session showcase, Friday Night THRIVE Live!, hosted by Tony Award®-winning Broadway star Kelli O’Hara. 15 talented, inquisitive, and vibrant teenagers from across Connecticut will share with Kelli their experiences participating in a virtual camp this summer — the skills they’ve learned, the art they produced, and the camaraderie that developed.

Part talk show, part variety show, part cast party — join us as we celebrate #CTteensTHRIVE!

Watch on our YouTube channel OR on Facebook Live!

Don't forget to RSVP on Facebook!


About THRIVE
T.H.R.I.V.E (Teens Having Resilience in a Virtual Environment) is a FREE virtual camp for teens developed by the Shubert Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, and Westport Country Playhouse. Informed and requested by young people in our community and led by local artists, activists, and organizations, we’ve designed interactive workshops and discussions specifically for this summer. Friday Night THRIVE Live! is produced and broadcast by Westport Country Playhouse.

The THRIVE experience has engaged high school students with daily check-ins and workshops with local artists and organizations that have explored everything from wellness to the arts via social media. THRIVE will foster curiosity, healthy habits, and meaningful connections between participants and facilitators that will lead to future engagements and opportunities. Local artists, activists, service providers, and organizations have led interactive workshops and discussions that have been requested by young people in our communities. 


Participants in the program have also been supported by three Youth@Work students who will help with promotion, assist facilitators during workshops, and create a record of this historic moment.