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SOOP Theatre’s 2024 annual appeal continues through June

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by SOOP Theatre Company. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

It’s that time of year once again, where we ask all of our many supporters and community members to dig deep for the love of the performing arts and arts education.

SOOP has touched so many lives in Pelham, Westchester County and NYC – from the students in our STAR Program to the professional members of our Acting Company (Check out the review of our A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE,  done by Michael Portantiere from Broadway Radio, this May in NYC by clicking here).

We have brought 15 years of excellent programming (voice/piano/guitar/banjo, acting workshops), student productions, a multitude of local awards, and critically acclaimed professional shows… just to list a few of the many accomplishments…

All of this comes with a price tag, though, and we need YOUR HELP to reach our budgetary goals – this year, more than ever!  With current rising costs and little end in sight, the ARTS in our communities may be in trouble!

This year’s goal is $30K!  PLEASE give whatever you are able to ensure that SOOP’s ongoing programs and projects will have the quality you’ve come to expect… thank you from the bottom of our hearts!

(Please click here to make your donation at GoFundMe!)

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