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LOCAL>> Friends of the Playhouse in San Anselmo Sing for Support - Act II (!)
Another evening of Joy and Love for our Treasured Playhouse! – Act II fundraiser
The Playhouse is excited to present Act II! Join us for another(!) evening of community members singing and remembering their times in The Playhouse to help us sustain our beloved Playhouse!
To support The Playhouse in San Anselmo, performers from across our community, present its 2nd online, live streamed fundraiser on Friday evening, January 22th at 7:00 PM.
The Playhouse is working hard to survive the COVID-19 shutdown. In December, we reached out to our community and they delivered!
There were so many performance submissions for our first fundraiser that we have enough for an ACT II. The Playhouse is indeed loved by performers and audience alike.
Access the YouTube stream by going to the The Playhouse in San Anselmo website.
Our performers will invite you into their homes to sing for you and celebrate our beloved Playhouse. As of now, our featured performers include Kasey Hernandez, Kylie Clark, Sibel Demirmen, Alex Cook, Jonni Machado, Eric Levintow, Carl Schick, Ana Hansen, Dana Cherry, Margot Biehle, Anne Brenneis, Sandi Weldon, Josh Lebresco, Bethany Cox and Jennifer Daine & Jake Gale, with tributes to The Playhouse by Michelle Blazek, Simon Eves & Jane Levy (NBC’s Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist)!
About The Playhouse in San Anselmo
For more than 50 years, The Playhouse in San Anselmo has served the community as a performing arts center for dance recitals, student performances, local and touring theatrical companies, music concerts and other innovative productions. The Playhouse is a low cost rental facility and it is our mission to keep our rental fees and production costs low. We offer a full service theater space, complete with everything required for a professional theater production. Our tenants include YES Theater, Marin Musical Theater Company, Stapleton School of the Performing Arts, 23Elephants, Katia & Co and more. Our tenants and the quality of their experience is most important to us.
The Playhouse is working hard to survive the coronavirus shutdown and we need your help!