It seems fitting that our theatre, named for the “PUBLIC” it wanted to serve, now turns to our public for support.
Theatre is something we do TOGETHER. We sit together, we laugh together, we cry together, and at this moment in time, we can only move forward together.
The economic challenges we are facing from the loss of ticket sales and fundraising events are real, and we need your support more than ever to help us navigate and adapt to the uncertainty of this time with courage, creativity and grace.
We know this is a difficult time for everyone, but we hope you will consider the impact the theatre makes in your life when making your donation.