“[The In[HEIR]itance Project] provides a way for a community to reveal its soul through storytelling”
–Charleston Post & Courier
Can Memphis be at peace and hold fear at the same time? / Beloved community sharing news columns with crime / Artists flee Memphis for the promise of some bands / But for the rest of us, can this be the Promised Land?
Glen rosenkrantz | september 18, 2023
Zhailon Levingston, whose work as a theatre maker, storyteller and activist is elevating critical cultural conversations, has been named the new Artistic Director of the In(HEIR)itance Project.
Jon Adam Ross, eJewish Philanthropy | June 5, 2023
Our communities have challenges that impact the collective and must be addressed collectively. Art can help address collective issues intersectionally.
The Daily Memphian | March 30, 2023
The InHEIRitance Project has spent the past nine months creating a play in Memphis alongside local artists. The group has conducted more than 30 play-devising sessions with 800 Memphians of all ages.
Innofaith | November 12, 2021
We are thrilled to announce the In[HEIR]itance Project as the winner of the innoFaith award, given as part of Soularize Live in October 2021.
eJewish Philanthropy | October 9, 2020
The Jewish Press | Oct 16, 2019
Telling the story of how so many different people came to call Omaha “home.”
The Detroit Jewish News | Sep 20, 2018
We partnered with The Well for a dinner-party theatrical event inspired by the ancient Jewish ritual of Ushpizin which recalls ancestors for the harvest holiday.
HOLLYWOOD SOAPBOX: EXPLORING THE UNIQUENESS, UNIVERSALITY OF GENESIS
Hollywood SOAPBOX | May 5, 2018
An in depth interview about The Genesis Plays festival!
Charleston Post & Courier | Dec 9, 2017
One community arts project begets another.
H. Glenn Rosenkrantz | Nov 30, 2015
Actor and Playwright Jon Adam Ross Brings Modern Interpretation of Biblical Patriarch to Architectural Antiques in Minneapolis and Bedlam Theatre in Saint Paul