Reagle Music Theatre Accessibility

$506 of $50,000 goal

Raised by 5 people in 38 months
Please Fund Our Accessibility Campaign!
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston, the long-running professional theatre company located in the Robinson Theatre at Waltham High School (617 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA 02452) has launched a fundraising campaign to expand the theatre’s accessibility. Help us reach our $50,000 campaign goal to fund expanded bathroom facilities that can accommodate wheelchairs, an expanded wheelchair section inside the theatre to safely welcome additional patrons, a second elevator, and other updates.  With your help, we hope to start making these infrastructure improvements as soon as this fall.

  Help us make Reagle Music Theatre open and accessible to anyone who wants to enjoy Broadway-quality theatre here in Waltham!
What your contribution will fund:

A fully-accessible men's room that can accommodate wheelchairs.

An expanded area inside the Robinson Theatre that can safely welcome more than 7 wheelchairs and accompanying guests.

A possible second elevator to usher patrons into the theatre more comfortably with very little delay.

Please help us expand and renovate this area so that we may comfortably accommodate all of our audience members.

Our Mission
Reagle Music Theatre's mission is to present the highest quality of musical theatre productions by combining talented regional performers with professional performers and technicians, thus providing an unusual learning experience for its regular members and more enjoyable experiences for its audiences. Reagle Music Theatre is committed to using the skills of its company to strengthen and enhance teaching and learning in the Waltham Public Schools by educating youth to the joys of theatre, and by using theatre techniques to enhance learning in other curriculum areas.

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$506 of $50,000 goal

Raised by 5 people in 38 months
Created May 13, 2015
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ray and denise mcnamara
38 months ago

we are very excited about the handicap project! we were one of the people that couldn't see the shows because of this! awesome news!

Herb Philpott
38 months ago

Supporting accessibility for the arts!

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