Meet and Greet Cinderella and her friends, complete with small sandwiches and desserts–and tea! This fundraiser will give fans a chance to have photo opportunities with the characters of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and admission to this event includes a ticket to your show of choice between 9/16-9/19 at Highland High School
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Only these ordering methods work for 4th street getting credit for the sale.
Note – in-person ordering and third-party delivery services do not count.
This works at any Panda Express, but only on this day and only by ordering online at their website or in the app.
Help RPAC raise much needed funds for the rental of our venue for this fall production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella while celebrating all of our talented young people who are part of the cast! Featuring not one but TWO amazing casts, this production will take place at Highland High School on September 16, 17, 18 and 19. Our fundraising goal for this venue is $5,000. It is our hope that with our community’s support that we can bring this classic musical to life!
To help contribute, text ITSPOSSIBLE to 44-321 today!
Genesius Guild presents their annual Christmas fundraiser featuring songs, dances, and skits, old favorites, and new creations performed by the volunteer adults, teens, and children of the Genesis Guild. Due to COVID-19, the event will be held online as a virtual production.
Purchase tickets & make donations at https://secure.givelively.org/event/northwest-indiana-excellence-in-theatre-foundation-inc/supporting-nwi-s-theatres/genesius-guild-s-christmas-shenanigans-fundraiser?fbclid=IwAR1Z3PHILkKubWaK5KDEEbjjNwjSIFtQZjlPDmwGRuUrKfJ5QIXwwGXx_jI
In May of 2020, Regional Performing Arts lost Colton Darr, one of our talented young actors. Colton had a condition called Long QT Syndrome that caused him to suffer a sudden cardiac arrest. After this loss, Regional wanted to take action to both honor Colt’s memory and continue his legacy by finding a way for students to participate in the performing arts who might not have the financial means to do so. Through a partnership with the Porter County Community Foundation, the Colton Darr Memorial Arts Fund was born. The goal of this fund is to raise an untouched principal of at least $10,000, which will result in roughly $500 of awardable monies each year to help students afford performing arts experiences wherever they may go.
Join us LIVE on YouTube for the first ever Colton Darr Memorial Arts Fund Telethon! The evening will be filled with a variety of musical acts in a loving tribute to Colt’s memory.