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Theatre of NOTE needs your help!
Theatre of NOTE’s mission statement reads, “Theatre of NOTE is a democratic ensemble of L.A. theatre artists dedicated to creating high-caliber, original work that challenges both its ensemble and audiences.”
And we are asking for your support to help us to continue our mission.
The COVID Pandemic was a huge financial challenge for all of us in the theatre arts community. As with many performing arts organizations, we were unable to continue in-person events such as our mainstage productions, our high school theatre outreach program: Young Writer’s Project, and our biggest fundraiser of the year, the Hollywood Performance Marathon.
We made our triumphant return to our theatrical home at 1517 N. Cahuenga Blvd. in 2022 with our productions of Clownfish and Nimrod, and as this latest production is coming to a close, we are looking to keep that momentum going by raising $25,000 to fund a good portion of our upcoming 2023-2024 season including two World Premiere plays, Kill Shelter by Ashley Rose Wellman, and The AllStore by Evan Marshall.
NOTE has been around for over 40 YEARS and there was never any doubt we would make it through, but we have largely taken a break from fundraising since 2019. And without our normal fundraisers in effect we now find ourselves needing your help more than ever.
We settled on $25,000 as our first goal after careful examination of our past expenses and with an eye towards inflation of raw materials and operating costs, and we are confident that if we can raise this amount we will have laid a strong immediate foundation to continue to create new, bold, inclusive and socially relevant theatre for LA!
Every donation you make is tax deductible as Theatre of NOTE is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. For more information about us, please go to theatreofnote.com
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