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Treat Yourself to A Play And Help A Great Cause

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Nov 082018
 

The Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation, based in Orange, invites everyone to a “Preview Night” Fundraiser at the Square Foot Theater, 950 Yale Ave., Wallingford on Thursday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m.

This is a wonderful, intimate BYO cabaret-style venue, where you can bring your favorite food and drinks to enjoy before and during the show.

The production is “Into The Woods,” and the cost is whatever you decide to donate! Imagine that, a play for $5, $10, $15, $20… it’s up to you, and your donation goes to the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation, which is then given back to local arts programs at our schools and others in nearby communities.

The doors open at 6:30 p.m. just come the night of the show, but to guarantee seating, reservations are highly recommended. Reserve your space by calling 203-506-5003 or e-mail jamieart@snet.net.

Pay at the door: cash or checks only.

Here’s A Great Opportunity For Theater Lovers and Supporters Of The Arts

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Nov 272017
 

The Square Foot Theatre in Wallingford is offering special “preview night” fundraisers for Jamie’s Foundation. 

Your donation is the cost of admission – the amount is up to you!!!    

Come see Annie on Thursday evening, Nov. 30. For reservations: e-mail Kathleen Kilian at kmkcpa@optonline.net then pay at the door: cash or checks only.

Amity High School student and Orange resident Ann Driscoll plays Little Orphan Annie. Orange resident and Amity High School student Ethan Selmon also appears in the show.  This is a great opportunity to see one of America’s favorite holiday musicals and support the work of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation at the same time.

Square Foot Theatre is located at 950 Yale Ave in Wallingford directly off the Wilbur Cross Parkway Exit 66 … it is an intimate BYO cabaret-style venue so bring your favorite food and drinks to enjoy before and during the show. 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; performance begins at 7:30 p.m.

Look for these future “Jamie’s Foundation” preview nights during the rest of Square Foot Theatre’s exciting 11th season.

“These preview nights are a wonderful thing for Jamie’s Foundation,” said Judy Primavera, founder of the Jamie Hulley Arts Foundation. “Square Foot Theatre is ‘giving back’ to us by opening up a preview night and all ticket “sales” go to the foundation.  Normal ticket price is $28 but guests can see the show for whatever donation they wish to give – it is a real bargain!

E-mail jamieart@snet.net to receive announcements for future preview nights and other special offers.