|Think back to the first time you went to the theatre. If you were a young child you probably saw your world of let’s pretend open up to so much more. If you were an adult, your perspective on the world probably shifted…maybe just a little bit. Theatre can change your world, even if that change is small. It is a ripple that magnifies throughout your life.
Asolo Rep’s Education & Outreach Programs work hand-in-hand with our top-notch productions to change the world of kids and adults throughout Florida with the magic of live theatre.
These programs introduce school-aged children to live performance, provide interactive theatrical experiences for all ages, and bring the whole family together with fun activities with affordably priced tickets.
On September 1st & 2nd you can support these programs with an additional gift of $25 or more.
Your gift could be doubled! If you did not give a gift to Asolo Rep during last year’s Giving Challenge, The Patterson Foundation will match your contribution up to $250!
Call Scott Guinn at 941.351.9010 ext. 4707 to see if your Giving Challenge Gift will be matched.
JOIN US FOR OUR FREE KICK-OFF PARTY AND
SCREENING OF WEST SIDE STORY!
WHEN: 11:30AM reception; 12:30PM showtime
WHERE: Burns Court Cinema in Downtown Sarasota
Reserve now! Email [email protected] or call 941.351.9010, ext. 4702
Want to get your pledge in now? Click here to fill out a form that Asolo Rep staff will use to enter your Giving Challenge Gift between the hours of noon September 1st and noon September 2nd.
To learn more about Asolo Rep and the programs your contirbution supports, visit our
Giving Partner Profile.
Do you have a story about how seeing a play, musical, or other theatrical experience changed your world? Tell us! Using the hashtag #Give4Change,Tweet your story to @AsoloRep or post it on our
The 2015 Giving challenge is made possible by the Community Foundation of Sarasota County and The Patterson Foundation with support from the William G. and Marie Selby Coundation,
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Manatee Community Foundation,
and the Herald-Tribune Media Group.