Ripple Theater Project Announces DuPont Performing Arts March
DuPont – In partnership with local performing arts organizations, the Ripple Theater Project is delighted to announce a unique new event: the DuPont Performing Arts Walk. In this new imaginary of an artistic walk, the participants will walk from one place of performance to another enjoying the theater, music and dance. The Performing Arts Walk will allow participants to taste several local performing arts organizations while enjoying the beauty of the outdoors.
“Enjoying the arts in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest is unbeatable,” says Ripple Theater Project Executive Director Tineke Raak. The performance groups that will participate will be announced closer to the event. “We are very happy to bring these fantastic performers to DuPont! We are especially excited to give children in our community the chance to attend live performances that they might not have otherwise been able to see, ”says Raak. Sponsorship and advertising spots are still available for this event. Please check www.RippleTheatreProject.com for more information.
The performances will take place on July 30 and 31 at 7:00 p.m. and August 1 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale in June starting at $ 25 per person. Discounts for military and senior citizens are also available. Everyone is encouraged to buy early as we will have a limited number of tickets available for each performance. To purchase tickets, donate to the Ripple Theater Project or for more information visit www.RippleTheatreProject.com.
Ripple Theater Project is committed to making live theater accessible to communities in South Sound: producing and presenting theater that celebrates our stories, our humanity and the magic of experiencing live theater together. Ripple Theater Project is a project sponsored by Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Ripple Theater Project charitable contributions must be payable only to “Fractured Atlas” and are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law.