1. To develop a drama program designed specifically for work with mentally and physically challenged youth, to be included in the educational programming of a local children’s theatre organization.
2. To develop a unique, in-depth, and lasting performing arts curriculum at a local school, where previously, there was none; and to integrate it into the general curriculum for the school, to build a strong system of support for the arts and to enhance the school’s community.
3. To bring theatre to underserved communities to promote the power of the arts and encourage social change through drama.