THIS IS NOT A FINAL CURTAIN; JUST A LONG INTERMISSION
Dear friends, It seems almost redundant to have to write this to you today. I’m sure you, like me, like all of us, are receiving daily notifications of shut downs, closures, postponements and suspensions. Sadly, I’m here to tell you that in light of the current Covid-19 situation Twilight Theater is postponing all in-person summer programming at this time.
I want to tell you how hard this decision was but in all honesty it was actually an easy one to make. The safety of our patrons, staff, actors and volunteers is so much more important to us at this time.
That said, we deeply miss you, each other and making art that has impact, starts conversation and builds our community.
We will be BACK. When it’s safe to gather again, and with every protocol in place, we intend work hard to bring you the kind of award-winning ‘theater with edge’that we are known for.
We hope we can count on you to continue to be a part of our story. We hope you will continue to be a part of the exciting future of Twilight Theater Company. We can’t wait to see you again in person. Until then, continue to follow us on Instagram, Facebook and our Website for fun content, on-line programming and community involvement.
For now, stay home, stay safe and we will see you soon,
Dorinda Toner Producing Artistic Director May 12th, 2020
Although I have always been proud of our strong mission, core values, inclusivity, and diverse casting here at Twilight Theater Company, I also recognize that we can and should do more to actively combat racism and condemn brutality.
As a community theater, community comes first. In that spirit, we are making a renewed commitment to:
- Investing in racial equity and diversity education & training for board members and staff - Seeking out and creating more opportunities for BIPOC playwrights, directors, artists and designers and valuing their stories as integral - Working toward a more diverse board and staff that is better representative of the racial population of our city - Fostering an environment where BIPOC feel actively welcomed, valued & heard. - Offering rental discounts to BIPOC members of the community
Thank you for your continued support of Twilight Theater Company. It has always been important to me to tell stories that spark conversation. I am grateful for the opportunity to make a difference.
Sincerely, Dorinda Toner Producing Artistic Director
WHAT IS HAPPENING AT OUR THEATER
NEW DATES TBD
Having recently graduated from a major conservatory, and with a rocker boyfriend on the brink of stardom, aspiring composer Amanda Blue’s “extraordinary life” seems to be all mapped out. But when she’s called home to answer her mother’s distress call about a marriage in crisis, Amanda’s grand plan starts to unravel. A Feminine Ending is a bittersweet play about dreams deferred, loves lost, and learning to trust a woman’s voice in a man’s world.
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