Voices From Chornobyl

this is for thousands of years



Ticketing Information

With only a few weeks left before we have our first Press Preview, we wanted to share the ticketing information.

Tickets are on sale at the Hollywood Fringe website:

Fringe Central (ArtWorks Theater, Studio A)
6567 Santa Monica Blvd, Los AngelesWHEN:  June 18, 19, 25, 26th at 1:00pmADMISSION: $10.00

PRESS PREVIEW: June 11th at 1:00pm.  ($5.00 tickets)

If you are a festival participant, please type “participant” when you check out for $5.00 tickets! We look forward to seeing you there.

Hollywood Fringe or Bust!

Although we have registered for the Hollywood Fringe Festival, there are still a lot of things that go into producing a play. Things like rent, advertising, and a huge team of actors, directors, producers, etc. In order to accomplish our goals of producing an interactive children’s play, we need your help.

Our events in April were fantastic, but they didn’t cost us as much money as it did time and preparation. Venus and sponsors were opening their doors and products to us, but that isn’t quite the reality we are facing here.  We chose to participate in the Fringe Family program in order to help provide interactive and educational programming options to families and kids!

We are looking to raise $2500 in order to make this production happen. That’s 100 people chipping in $25 each. Every donation helps us create the support required to put on a show in Los Angeles.

All donations through Chip In are tax deductible through our fabulous nonprofit umbrella Enrichment Works. Donating is also a great alternative if you can’t make a show. Remember: buying tickets are also a great way to support us  and to help spread the word.

Blog for a Cause Wrap-Up

Yesterday was the 25th anniversary and today is our last awareness event. There’s a few more blogs for us to link to!

Rights Readers talks about our reading in Pasadena.

Illuminate LA talks about our project as well.

Corey Blake wishes you a “Happy Nuclear Disaster Day!”

Also, if you missed it, you can see the post about the UK presentation here 

Blog for a Cause

Today is the 25th anniversary of Chernobyl. 25 years ago a horribly mismanaged disaster changed everything. Here are some people who are also talking about it and spreading awareness:

Being only 7 at the time I wasn’t able to comprehend the full extend of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. My memory of the event is hazy but I certainly remember hearing the word ‘Chernobyl’ and ‘radioactive’ for the first time

Arfon Jones’s Personal Account

In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster that occurred on 26 April 1986, we invite you to visit Chernobyl Children International. They remind us not to forget what happened, and that we must not leave behind the children who continue to live with this terrible legacy.

Bono Street Team

Chernobyl Children International  has been blogging about this topic for a long time. Check out their site for more information and ways to help!

We are still accepting blog submissions this week. Please email us the text or link!

Art Gallery Preview

We are still adding to our little gallery showing at Kaldi Coffee in Atwater Village, but here are a few photos!

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Blog for a Cause

Next week is the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Although Chernobyl has been talked about more in the past month with the disaster in Japan, many still do not know about the depth of the Chernobyl disaster. With awareness in mind, we are asking bloggers to Blog for a Cause. Help us spread awareness  and information about the disaster by writing a blog post.

There are two ways you can participate:

The first is to submit a blog post to us directly for us to post here, on our blog. Email your post with your name and a link to your blog or website.

The second is for you to write a post for your own blog and email us the link. Every day we will post the roundup of links as well as post them on twitter. If you post on your blog please include a link to us!


We reserve the right to post or not post any submissions. Since the project does not take a political stance on the disaster, any blogs that are overly political or pointed about nuclear energy policy may not be considered. If you have any questions, please email or comment!

1st Awareness Event- Friday April 15th!

Enci, Victoria Kappa Wood & Brad Beacom: What's radiation?
Enci, Victoria Kappa Wood & Brad Beacom: "Whats radiation? Whats that?"

If you haven’t heard, our first event is this Friday, April 15th in Hollywood. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased through eventbrite. The event begins with a reading of the play at 8pm, followed by a talkback. So please come out and support us, and educate yourself or someone you know about Chernobyl.

8:00pm – 10:00pm

Paul G. Gleason Theater
6520 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA


Staged Reading of the play “Voices from Chornobyl” followed by a talkback about radiation.

Written and Directed by: Cindy Marie Jenkins
Produced by: Rachel Stoll and Cindy Marie Jenkins

Featuring: Bradford Beacom, Carolyn Blais, Enci, Aaron Lyons, Shawn MacAulay & Kappa Victoria Wood

Parking video below

Metro & Bike Parking here

April 3rd Fundraiser!

Global Healing Event a Fundraiser Benefit for “Voices From Chornobyl” Hosted by Santosha Space and Hypnotiq Solutions

The Global Healing Event is a fundraising effort for Voices From Chornobyl to facilitate a broader dissemination of information and awareness on the precipice of the 25th anniversary of the nuclear tragedy. Santosha Space and Hypnotiq Solutions have joined forces in hosting the Global Healing Event, to bring relaxation and calm to a chaotic world by facilitating and providing practitioners of various modalities to offer a momentary reprieve into the realm of calm, and help raise awareness as well as funds to improve the lives of those still affected by this nuclear disaster.

Voices From Chornobyl (VFC) has partnered with the Chernobyl Children’s Project USA to raise awareness and money for the children whose health is still affected today. The VFC team is assembling more readings, an interactive children’s script, and expanding Chornobyl awareness events to include art exhibits and on-line outreach.

Sunday, April 3 · 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Santosha Space 

3405 Glendale Blvd,  Los Angeles, CA


Tickets are on presale now for $20:

Tickets at the door will be $25


Relax with a Mini-Session of an Alternative Modality While Donating to a Worthy Fundraiser Effort

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