Evangeline’s goal is to provide Broadway quality theater to the Northshore and give our patrons a great evening or afternoon out, while also helping to serve the community. Our fundraising goal is to raise enough funds to produce the show, so that we can then donate 50% of all of our ticket profits to James Storehouse, a local non-profit that helps foster children, from babies and toddlers all the way up to teenagers that have aged out of the system and have no place to go.
We’re bringing Arthur Miller’s first Broadway hit, “All My Sons” to Covington, this October 13-22, 2017, on stage at the Fuhrmann Auditorium. Miller went on to write “The Crucible” and “Death of a Salesman”, but his first success was “All My Sons”. It’s a great drama set just after World War 2 that’s about family, love, war, and the bond between fathers and sons.
Half our profits will go to James Storehouse. They’re a non-profit here in Covington that helps foster children. From babies and toddlers that need supplies for their care, to children whose foster families need beds for them to sleep in, to high school kids just trying to graduate, but have aged out of the foster care system before they get there, James Storehouse steps in to give these kids a ray of hope and help, and we want to help them out as well- and use a great night out at the theater to do it.
We can’t do it without you- so whatever amount you can give, we’ll use it to help put this show on the stage. And once we do, we’re going to donate 50% of the ticket sales to James Storehouse to help these children out. The majority of every donation level is also tax-deductible!
Check out the great perks we have for each level, to say thank you for your help, and we’ll see you in October for the show!
Get your tickets here!