Helping people face, navigate, and overcome life's challenges using clinically based practices of music therapy and expressive arts therapy.
On the Horizon
We're always busy at A Place To Be! Come out to one of our productions and see what we're all about. There is never a dull moment for us- we would love to show you the power of Music and Expressive Arts Therapies.
Congratulations to two of our stellar casts this past month for passing monumental milestones.
Behind the Label had their final show, bringing their tour of the show to a close after years of telling their story and teaching the meaning of empathy to thousands of students.
The cast of A WILL To Survive wrapped up a successful showing at the Kennedy Center this month, which was performed in front of hundreds of attendees at the Terrace Theater.
Coming up is our 8th Annual Holiday Recital, where our clients perform songs of their choice on stage in the Salamander Resort & Spa Ballroom! Join us and kick off your holiday season with your friends and family; admission is free.
Keeping it Real
Our latest show, "One Second of Grace", wove a story that brought to light many of the problems that young people face today in what was both an emotionally jarring, yet sensitive. A Place To Be was proud to work with so many talented and inspirational teens to create an authentic production that emphasizes the importance of love and empathy in a rapidly changing, and sometimes overwhelming world.
With the help of the production team of "Music Got Me Here", Tom and Forrest's journey continues to inspire others with the power of perseverance, faith, and family. Check out some of the news outlets covering their incredible story. Be sure to visit the official "Music Got Me Here" website below to stay updated on the film!
Featured at The Kennedy Center
A Place To Be was honored to be a part of this unique scientific and musical weekend at the Kennedy Center. The Symposium, as a part of The Venue's "Sound Health: Music and the Mind" initiative, featured several presentations by world renowned Health Professionals and Music Performers alike, including the Director of the NIH Francis Collins and Soprano Renee Fleming. Our very own Tom Sweitzer, along with Forrest Allen and our Stroke Choir were invited to participate in the weekend's events to provide valuable insight into the world of Therapy and recovery through music. Here are articles highlighting this monumental event: