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THEATRE CELEBRATES A MILESTONE
A $10,000 CHALLENGE
On September 13, 2014, Clear Space Theatre will be
marking the 10th anniversary of bringing live theatre and performing
arts education to the residents of Sussex County. “These 10 years
have been an exciting journey for everyone,” said Chris Berg, Chair of
the Board of Directors, “for actors, directors, volunteers students,
but most of all for the audiences who have enjoyed an array of Clear
Space productions ranging from HELLO DOLLY, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE,
CHICAGO, OUR TOWN, MOUSETRAP, THE ODD COUPLE (female version) and most
recently CAMELOT. “
mark this milestone, Clear Space will be hosting a gala on September
13, 2014 – a “Casual Black Tie and Barefoot” dinner party catered by
Nage with dancing to the Funsters at the Indian River Life Saving
Station. It will be a fun and fundraising event looking to the
next 10 years. It will also be a celebration of the community’s
continued investment in performing arts and its appreciation for what
the arts contribute to local businesses, craftsmen and others,
especially to those in the hospitality industry.
Ryan of Bethany Beach, Vice Chair of the Board and immediate past Board
Chair and long term supporter of Clear Space is encouraging the
community’s continued investment by making a $10,000 challenge grant
. The challenge is to be matched by a $10,000 donor in support of
the gala. Ryan says: “I am proud and confident of the
vitality Clear Space brings to the community.” In this she is
joined by Clear Space’s Executive Director, Wesley Paulson, who adds “I
am excited about the recognition and support Clear Space receives from
the community and I look forward to the company’s growth.”
further information about its 10th anniversary season, as well as the
gala, visit Clear Space’s website: www.ClearSpaceTheatre.org or
HOLMES Review by DELAWARE ARTS
"How wonderful that the always innovative Clear Space
Theatre Company could bring us a musical they describe as a work in
progress, called “Sherlock Holmes: The Early Years,” which so far has
been given a full production only in New York, London --
the full review by Joe Plummer of "Sherlock Holmes:
The Early Years" at www.artsdel.org.
ROOMS Review by DELAWARE ARTS
"What a gift Clear Space has given us, this
surreptitious peek into the clouds just beginning to gather before
Williams's aching, drenching, storm."
the full review by Joe Plummer of "Six
evening of one-act plays by Tennessee Williams at www.artsdel.org.
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possible, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency
dedicated to nurturing and supporting the arts in Delaware, in
partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
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