If you missed us last weekend, we invite you out one more time to see “Till We Have Faces,” this time at Christ Presbyterian Church on Dickens Rd. Many thanks to CP for inviting us to give this encore performance, and many thanks to those of you who came out to see it last weekend at Battery Park! We’re excited to see more of you tomorrow!
Sadly, tonight’s performance (Friday) of TWHF is being cancelled due to health concerns for the cast. We hope you will still come out and see us tomorrow night (Saturday) at Battery Park, and next Saturday 25th at Christ Pres!
Music, cheer, and an early Christmas dinner served up by Thursdaenite Players. Reserve your seat today!
Already getting overwhelmed by the thought of shopping and cooking looming over December? Then book a night out for Friday December 20th where WE do all the work and you sit back, enjoy a festive dinner, and listen to dulcet Christmas tunes provided by Thursdaenite Players.
WHO? Thursdaenite Players is a small, VA non-profit, Richmond-born-and-bred theatre troup. Since our incorporation in 2009 we have sought to bring important stories to our audience, expand our artistic horizons, and put on top notch fundraisers like Masquerade Balls and our Cafe Muse music nights. Check us out on facebook, or at Thursdaeniteplayers.org.
WHY? The evening is a fundraiser to cover the cost of our upcoming January production, “Till We Have Faces” (by C.S. Lewis) since show donations will be used to support our friends at Art180 (art180.org). It is also a chance for us to share our love of music (and of Christmas!) with our friends and patrons.
WHEN? Friday December 20th at 5:30pm or 7:30pm (dinner will be served in shifts to accommodate the intimate setting)
WHERE? Reformed Baptist Church of Richmond 14401 Beach Rd, Chesterfield VA
AT WHAT COST? $15 per plate. If you have kids or a big group, ask about group discount.
HOW DO I SIGN UP? Please contact Debbie Holloway at email@example.com or 804-591-6675 to ask about our menu, clarify details, and book your tickets! This will be a highlight of the season you won’t want to miss.
Thanks everyone for coming out to see “Arms and the Man” – featuring Camden’s first foray into directing, the debut performances of new members Violet and Taylor, and our special guests and beloved friends John & Mike Whitener. We had a blast.