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In our efforts to connect with the greater Worcester Community, and since we traditionally do not charge for tickets, we choose to sometimes partner with and promote donations to local organizations that work for the community. The Clark University Players Society proudly supports, and occasionally collaborates with the following organizations - unaffiliated with Clark University. 

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Abby's House

Abby's House, founded in 1976 provides "shelter and affordable housing, as well as advocacy and support services, to homeless, battered, and low-income women, with or without children"(website). Because of the themes present in our Fall '23 mainstage production, we decided to encourage our audience to donate to this local Worcester organization.

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The See You Collective 

The See You Collective is a student-led mutual aid organization not affiliated with Clark University. Their work seeks to minimize financial insecurity by providing support for low-income students. They also host events such as textbook swaps and collaborations with the FIRM Food Pantry to contribute to the development of the Clark community. We are very excited to be able to work with the SYC at our Fall '23 Mainstage show where we invited members of the collective to table for donations from our audience who enjoy free tickets. 


We are joined in our mission to provide performing arts opportunities to Clark students and audiences by a plethora of other organizations, departments, and student-led cubs on-campus. The Clark University Players Society proudly supports, and occasionally collaborates with the following Clark-affiliated organizations.

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Clark University Visual & Performing Arts Dept.

The Clark Visual and Performing Arts Department (also known as Clark V&PA or ClarkArts) is the school department for Studio Art, Art History, Screen Studies, Media, Culture & the Arts, Music, and Theatre Arts. CUPS is grateful for the support and resources provided to us by the Visual and Performing Arts Department. We are also proud to have found a home performing in ClarkArts' Little Center Michelson and Experimental Theaters for decades now. 


Clark Musical Theatre

Founded in 1999, Clark Musical Theatre (or CMT) is a student-run club at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts that enhances students' musical theatre experience. CMT produces two musicals a school year: typically, a larger, all-inclusive musical in the fall, and a smaller musical in the spring. We collaborate with Clark Musical Theatre at the beginning and end of each academic year to publicize performance opportunities on-campus and organize the end-of-season Theatre Banquet, respectively.


As a part of our shared mission to provide a creative outlet for fellow student artists and accesible theatre for the Worcester community, Clark University Players Society proudly supports fellow COWC college theatre organizations.


Alternate College Theatre

Alternate College Theatre (ACT) is the only fully student run theatre program at the College of the Holy Cross. The only fully student-run theater group on campus, Alternate College Theatre offers the opportunity to direct, star in a show, design, work on a stage crew, manage publicity, or get involved with any other aspect of theatrical production.

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WPI Masque

Masque is a theatre-producing organization on the Worcester Polytechnic Institute campus. Collectively, Masque produces a total of four shows in one academic year and gives students the opportunity to be involved in any aspect of theatre - acting, producing, writing, directing, publicizing, set, lights, designing, etc. Using their uniquely customizable space, the Little Theatre, they have been able to combine creative technical elements with modern and classical theatre.

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