Empower You Edutainment
Who We Are
Empower You Edutainment is a non-profit organization that obtained its 501(c)(3) in 2016. Empower You Edutainment consists of a team of educators who happens to be artists that used their performing arts background to provide theatre, dance, and music to increase resilience, empowerment, and wellness for both youth and young adults. Our mission statement is to break down social/ economic barriers, empower, educate, and transform the lives of the voiceless through song, interpretive dance, spoken word, music, improvisation, and theater. From our humble beginnings, we have provided the Inland Empire with community theatre that focuses on social issues.
Our latest work! - Nowhere to Run
🎭✨ We had an amazing performance by our actors! 🌟 The emotions, the drama, and the laughter - truly an unforgettable experience. 📸 Get one more chance to catch the play in January! Details coming soon.
An Interview with CEO Sharron Lewis!
Get to know the driving force behind Empower You Edutainment.
The Other Side
Steelworkers Auditorium 8437 Sierra Avenue Fontana. CA 92335
Nowhere to Run
"Nowhere to Run" examines the world of human trafficking; exposing the mental and physical abuse that victims endure. This production serves as a call to break the cycle of this heinous crime. “Nowhere to Run” offers a raw and emotional journey that mirrors real life and compels audiences to take action against this grave injustice.
You Don't Want to Miss This!
We are excited to announce the launch of Empower You Faded Lipstick Podcast! This podcast promotes mental health wellness and provides a space to relax and heal. Our episodes cover a wide range of topics related to mental health, including anxiety, depression, self-care, and much more. Check out our commercial to learn more about the Empower You Faded Lipstick Podcast and how we can help you on your mental health journey!
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Lift Every Voice
Empowering Girls Through the Arts
Empower You Edutainment, Life Every Voice program's purpose is to empower Black girls living in the City of Riverside. The project provides opportunities for Black girls attending elementary, middle, or high school to embrace their rich African American Women
Through storytelling, poetry, and monologues, participants use their voices to express their feelings on the issues that impact them and their neighborhoods. Through workshops, they learn performing arts skills and ways to work together to find positive ways to address issues such as bullying, racism, and emotional traumas.
*Empower You Edutainment Lift Every Voice is funded by the City of Riverside Arts & Culture Grant
Sharron Lewis, CEO of Empower You Edutainment
Check out Nia Campbell article, our Acting and Creative Writing Teacher
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How We Differ From Other Organizations
Empower You Edutainment philosophy is that art is a form of healing. Our motto, "Each one teach one," an African proverb that emphasizes that no one is alone; everyone will embark on their journey together without failure because they will inspire and encourage each other along the way. Our goal is to provide wellness by creating a sense of self through advocacy, training, and Edutainment. Our organization offers a year-round after school performing arts program that provides healing energy and emotional release to youth and young adults' most vulnerable population by offering free classes in the performing arts.
Supporting Our Youth and College Students
Empower You Edutainment is honored to join the City of Riverside in sponsoring the Riverside County NAACP Youth Council Virtual Play
The wounds of Racism: The Elephant in the Room Project
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