Help Slidell Little Theatre Recover from Hurricane Ida!
Like so many homes and businesses across southeast Louisiana, our theater received substantial damage from Hurricane Ida. We have significant roof damage, as well as water and mold damage inside of the theater.
As a nonprofit, we rely on the generous support of our members, patrons, and community at large to operate, and this unprecedented natural disaster has impacted not only our facility, but also our ability to serve the community through high quality theatre programming. We are working diligently to recover from Ida and we need your help! Any amount donated will make an impact.
Donated funds will be used for:
-Wet vac and water leak repair
-Carpet and tile removal and replacement
-Roof tarp installation
-Roof damage repair (hole in the roof)
We appreciate your support.
We WILL bring the magic back to the stage!
About Slidell Little Theatre
Slidell Little Theatre has enchanted audiences in St. Tammany Parish since 1963. It was founded by volunteers who recognized the need for live theatre on the Northshore. Over the years, it has produced nearly 350 Main Stage shows. Volunteers from all walks of life unite to build sets, design costumes, choreograph, and act in theatrical productions which brings music, drama, and laughter to the Northshore.
Slidell Little Theatre is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, all volunteer organization. It showcases the on stage and off stage talents of nearly 400 area residents, entertaining approximately 10,000 adults and children each season. All talent is local and all positions, whether on stage or off, are open to the public.
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- Bruce Javery II
- Stephen Leblond
- Joshua Stone
- Cathy Cambas
- Christie Ruppel