The Nashville Children's Theatre is a truly magical place. Unfortunately, like many magical places, there is trouble in the land.
In this case, it is a revenue shortfall.
NCT is dear to my heart. I worked there for three years. I know the staff. They are some of the finest theatre professionals around. They consistently turn out high-quality theatre for children and families. In fact, TIME magazine named them one of the top 5 children's theatres in the US. They also run camps, teach classes, and provide other services for children and families--including many children who attend because of a ticket subsidy program.
Unfortunately, producing high-quality theatre for disadvantaged kids costs more than it brings in.
I can attest that the folks at NCT are extremely cautious stewards. They work harder than you can imagine to stretch each dollar. Unfortunately, times are tough.
Now, they have a $70,000 shortfall as the fiscal year ends. If you want to make a straight donation, you can do that by clicking here (go to the bottom of the letter). I'm sure any amount would be welcome.
This is a very worthy cause!
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