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Candy and Dorothy, by David Johnston plays at VisARTS, Rockville, MD, July 12-July 31. We truly appreciate your kind support!
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Chris Goodrich

60 backers pledged $3,064 to help bring this project to life.

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Unexpected Stage Company THANKS YOU



HIP HIP HOORAY!

Thank you all so much for believing in our ability to deliver worthwhile theatre. With your help, Unexpected Stage Company was able to raise over $3,000. You are the kind of human beings who help other human beings! See how the power of theatre is already bringing us together? We will use these funds to pay actors, vendors, designers, publicists and more!

Ever wonder what happened to transexual superstar Candy Darling after she died? Did you ever think she would shack up with a Catholic Social Worker? Come and see what happens! Candy and Dorothy runs July 12-31, Tuesdays through Sundays at the VisArts Center in Downtown Rockville, MD. Sunday, July 10th @ 7:30pm we are having a special Pay-What-You-Can Performance. To learn more about VisArts, visit www.visartscenter.org. To purchase tickets, visit www.unexpectedstage.org.  You can also call 301.337.8290. We want to show you how we put your generous donations to work.

Thank you again. We are reminded how truly collaborative this art is. 

 

Yours, on stage and off,

Unexpected Stage Company  

13 Days to go to raise just over $2,000!

Thank you so much to everyone who has donated. Remember, your cards will not be charged unless we reach our goal of $3,000 by June 18th...

So, tell your friends, tell your family, alert your household pets, send paper-airplane messages to your neighbors, call your mothers-in-law, invite your mailman to high tea, give a speech at your daughter's kindergarten graduation...

Professional Theatre must thrive in pockets of the world that need it! This is life or death! (mostly life, let's hope.) Join us in the fight to raise the standard of professional theatre.

We can't do it without you!

Chris Goodrich, Artistic Director