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Celebrating ODAG By The Numbers

A brief summary of ODAG's achievements by the numbers.

 
7
the number of years of ODAG.
13
the number of productions ODAG has presented:
5
Shakepeare plays - either scenes, whole plays, or cut versions.
2
devised original plays.
2
ODAG Swagg showcases.
2
dramatic readings of August Wilson plays.
2
scenes from plays - Art and Waiting for Godot

 

$50,500 
the total funds contributed to ODAG, including $24,500 raised for "Staging ODAG."

 

66
the number of men at the Grafton Reintegration Center who have been ODAG members, with
26
the number of those ODAG members who are now returned citizens.
0
the number of those ODAG members who have gone back to prison after release.
18
the average number of ODAG members at any one time.
43
the number of ODAG members who have acted in one or more plays.

 

36
the number of trained volunteers who have served ODAG as assistant directors, guest directors, and administrative assistants.
7
the number of trained volunteers who are professionals - actors, directors, college professors or writers.
29
the number of trained volunters who were Oberlin College students or alumni
8
the number of Oberlin College professors who have participated - given lectures, directed, offered courses in acting, or who have mentored students who have served as volunteers in ODAG.

 

>900
people invited to attend each ODAG production.
>200
Oberlin College students, faculty, administrators and staff who have attended ODAG shows.
≤800
audience members who have attended any one production.
1000's
of people incarcerated in Ohio who have viewed videos of ODAG productions on the closed circuit TV network serving at least ten Ohio prisons.
35
Kendal at Oberlin residents who usually attend an ODAG show.

 

7
shows ODAG performed at other prisons, on tour (The Tempest, Othello, And Yet We'll Speak and Macbeth).

 

8
productions in which ODAG members performed their own live music.

 

35
entire plays or scenes from plays, other performances, workshops or lectures brought to the Grafton Reintegration Center under ODAG sponsorship.