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Help Triad Stage meet $250,000 Challenge!

0 Comments 06 Dec, 2012


Imagine Downtown Greensboro without Triad Stage.  The loss of top-quality professional theater, the loss of customers to downtown restaurants, the loss of excited patrons crowding the lobby before each show — the vibrancy of Downtown Greensboro would take a real hit if Triad Stage were to close its doors.


Unfortunately, this dismal picture could become a reality.


We need your support at a critical time for Triad Stage. Faced with severe financial pressure, we have cut staff and internal operations. However, it is clear we cannot maintain this pace.


There is nothing left to cut.


There is an answer, if you and others like you that love Triad Stage will step in to help meet an extraordinary challenge issued by two of our City’s Foundations. The Bryan Foundation and The Cemala Foundation have committed to $250,000 in additional funding for Triad Stage, but only if we can raise the matching funds from our community.


From now until December 31st, each new or increased gift to Triad Stage will be matched 1:1. A new or increased gift of $50 becomes $100 and $500 becomes $1,000.


Go here to make your tax-deductible, secure donation online now!




carolyn - who has written 229 posts on Monkeywhale Productions
Carolyn de Berry is a partner, producer and photographer for Monkeywhale Productions. Hailing from Portland, CT Carolyn now lives in Greensboro, NC where she spends much time plotting world domination with her fellow Monkeywhalers, loading and unloading gear, making coffee, copying release forms, shooting b-roll video, and documenting the craziness of the Monkeywhale’s journey with production stills and behind the scenes coverage. A graduate of Guilford College and the Commercial Photography program at RCC, Carolyn is a freelance photographer specializing in landscape, documentary and event photography. More of her work can be seen at
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