Sunday, September 12 @ 6 PM EST Outdoor Event

Join us this Sunday, September 12, 2021, for a unique outdoor event showing of Walking The Beat 2021: The Fugitive Academy.  The event will be held at Elizabeth City Hall, 50 Winfield Scott Plaza,  beginning at 6PM with screening taking place at 7:30 PM.  Find out more about this special event and the support that was provided to bring this production to fruition by clicking here.

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Friday, November 27 @ 4pm PST/7pm EST

A virtual social justice experience.
Friday, November 27 @ 4pm PST/7pm EST with LIVE commentary with EYTE’s own Theo Perkins, Director & Artistic Director. 

Join us for a special virtual end-of-year campaign launch and live stream showing of Walking the Beat 2020: An Emergency Convening, reflecting on this past summer’s pivotal moments.

'We Saw A Need In the Community': Program Uses The Arts To Build Relationships Between Youth And Cops
Digital Original: “Walking the Beat” is a multi-week arts education program that brings together police officers and young people to cultivate relationships between both groups. Together they create and develop a performance for their community.

Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble Videos

Elizabeth Youth Theater Ensemble - We Build Better Communities

EYTE was founded on the unceded land of the Munsee Lenape peoples. I ask you to join me in acknowledging the Musee Lenape community, their elders both past and present, as well as future generations.

EYTE also acknowledges that it was founded upon exclusions and erasures of many Indigenous peoples, including those on whose land this institution is located. This acknowledgement demonstrates a commitment to beginning the process of working to dismantle the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism.