Members of Lisa's Performance Troupe Philanthropists perform in customized concerts, shows, and galas benefiting local and global non-profit organizations, whose charitable missions we support. Local performance venues are varied and may include the County Fair, Peach Days, Swiss Days, Jubilee of Trees, the Dickens Festival, Cotton Days, the Fourth of July Celebration at Veteran's Memorial Park, the Days of 47 Celebration at Veteran's Memorial Park, the Tuacahn Saturday Market, and Tuacahn Amphitheater Pre-Shows. Being a member of the PTP gives studio members taking private and group lessons more opportunities to hone their craft in formal performance settings with truly impactful purposes. PTP members enjoy the camaraderie of their colleagues and, in so doing, learn to be good colleagues and educated artists who learn from their peers. They learn to use their talents to serve the interests of others instead of just their own. Members of the PTP have the opportunity to rotate in the role of Team Captain, assisting Lisa as an intern behind-the-scenes and learning how to lead with love, helping all Troupe members have a positive experience and gain confidence in their performance skills and their capacities to change the world for good. Most importantly, PTP members will have the opportunity to use their talents at each performance to serve their communities. Lisa will select non-profit philanthropic organizations with whom to partner at each event to raise awareness and funds for local, national, and global needs. This year, the PTP are partnering with Global Education Philanthropists to help orphans in Haiti. For more information and to contribute to this worthwhile cause, please visit their website below our Troupe profiles. To learn more about Troupe members this year, please click on their headshots below.