Second Generation Theatre (SGT) strives to be a diverse, inclusive, and equitable organization, where all employees and volunteers feel valued and respected regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sexual orientation or identity, education, or disability.CLICK HERE to read our full statement. We are committed to operating in a nondiscriminatory manner and providing equal opportunities for employment and advancement in all our productions, departments, programs, and volunteer opportunities. We respect and value diverse life experiences and heritages, and we will take all reasonable measures to ensure that all voices in all SGT programs are valued and heard. We view diversity, inclusion, and equitable treatment as connected to our core mission and critical to ensuring the well-being of our staff, actors, directors, designers, artistic leadership, and the communities we serve. SGT is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion and equitable treatment as follows:
SGT seeks to promote diversity and inclusion in our organization through the following action items:
We expect all employees, volunteers, staff, actors, directors and designers of SGT to support the objectives set forth in this statement, wherever possible, and exhibit inclusive and respectful behavior at all times while working with and on behalf of SGT.
This document will continue to develop. The above statements are only the first steps in our organization’s expanding and maturing understanding of our accountability in the areas of diversity and inclusion. While we are aware that each step may not be perfect, we commit to our continuation of reviewing, refining, and altering our practices as time and transparent conversation educates us in how we can continue to evolve and become better.