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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

New Jersey Theatre Alliance's #GivingTuesday to raise funds for The Stages Festival





Every Tuesday after Thanksgiving, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.

Discover Sherlock Holmes event at McCarter Theatre Center with Princeton Public Library

Enabling People to Experience Theatre in All Stages of Life.
This year, New Jersey Theatre Alliance's #GivingTuesday initiative is to highlight and raise funds for one of our signature programs,
The Stages Festival.
The purpose of the Stages Festival is to break down geographic and financial barriers to theatre. It offers free and discounted public performances, workshops, play readings, and behind-the-scenes events for all ages throughout New Jersey during the month of March.

Events are presented by our professional Equity theatres; some take place at their theatres, others in libraries, community centers, performing arts houses, senior centers, hospitals, and other places where people gather.

In honor of our 19th year, we have a goal to raise $1,900 for the
2016 Stages Festival.

Premiere Stages with playwrights of the Matheny Medical and Educational Center's Arts Access program
Here is what some past attendees shared about their experiences:
"I believe it's important to expose our children to the arts for both the social and educational benefits and the Stages Festival helps make this possible at an affordable cost."
"This performance generated a feeling of a shared experience especially with the post-show talk back."
"I loved going to see plays when I was a child, and now on a limited budget, I'm delighted the Stages Festival enabled me to share this experience with my grandchild."

Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre's Cabaret performance at a senior center in North Jersey

"Stages Festival provides an introduction to theatre for people who may be interested but not able to afford it."
"Stages Festival brings happiness to children and encourages them to use their imagination in a positive way."

Give the Gift of Theatre Today.
Your contribution of any amount makes a difference.

A meet and greet with characters from Alliance Repertory's 'Puss in Boots'

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