The Y-Haven Theatre Project is a 21-year partnership between Cleveland Public Theatre and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA. Y-Haven is a transitional housing facility for formerly homeless men recovering from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Every year, CPT collaborates with the clients of Y-Haven to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. The Y-Haven Theatre Project captures an authenticity and emotional power as the cast shares their true-to-life experiences often hidden from the world. This year, CPT and Y-Haven present Father's Watch, a play asking us, "If your past wasn't what you thought it was, would that change who you are? Would it change where you're going?" Father’s Watch was developed under the guidance of CPT Education Manager Adam Seeholzer, Assistant Director Leonard Goff, and CPT Premiere Fellow Les Hunter, with set, props, and costumes designed by Inda Blatch-Geib. The one-weekend production at CPT will be followed by free performances in the community. More info at www.cptoline.org.