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Words From Our Supporters: Part 2

Trisha Miller and Angela Gulner. Photo by Craig Schwartz.

By A Noise Within
July 28, 2020

In the weeks following our official postponement of the Fall 2020 season, we’ve received the encouragement and moral support of so many patrons, subscribers, and donors. Our staff has been inspired and touched by your kindness! We are grateful to have you as a part of our theatre, and we can’t wait to thank you in person.

I know this must have been a heart wrenching decision to make, and we support you 100%. Keeping your staff and the actors all safe  – as well as the audiences – is the right thing to do. Just keep on keeping on and we will look forward to using our tickets (and credit) when we can. With you all the way!

I am sad, but I am also relieved that the actors I have come to love and admire, all those who work behind the scenes, and the audience members who keep the theater thriving will not be put at risk. Hopefully before spring I will be able to turn that credit into a donation.

Thanks for the update. It’s a crazy time, and I know you’re working on making the best of it. All areas of life are weird right now, and I appreciate your care in making these updated plans. Please stay safe and healthy, and I look forward to getting back into the theater when it’s safest.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed (and helping however we can) that A Noise Within is able to make it through.

Sorry to hear about the negative impact of the shutdown on the theater! Hope everyone there is healthy, and sane!

Thinking of you all in this most difficult time for you and the theatre and missing A Noise Within and all of you and hoping you and families are all safe and healthy… Shall bring champagne to the first performance!

I completely understand and support the company for postponing the fall 2020 season. All my other events are similarly being canceled for fall 2020. But I am anxious to keep supporting the fabulous creative team in your company. I’m not rich, but I can donate 2-3x what I would have spent on tickets. Could my donation go to support the artists of the company? I realize that servicing the building costs money too, but I am thinking about how to keep paychecks coming to the superb artists who shine in all aspects of the productions. This must be incredibly hard for the company.

All of us for whom ANW is special feel the loss of cancellations and delays, but I’m sure not nearly as much as those of you who bring us joy each time we sit in that theatre. I hope the entire ANW family is staying healthy and safe, and we look forward to once again being on the receiving end of the creativity, hard work, and artistic energy next spring. Thanks for the credit on the tickets and we’ll see you in 2021!

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