The Hippodrome Supports Local Non-Profits and Increases Access to the Arts through the upcoming COMMUNITY PARTNER NIGHTS
This January, the Hippodrome Theatre is once again partnering with nine community organizations through Community Partner Nights. Community Partner nights create an opportunity for local non-profit organizations to collect donations and gather support, while offering discounted tickets to theatre-goers who attend the spring line-up of productions.
Community Partner Nights highlight the Hippodrome’s commitment to the core values of community and the ability to provide quality programs, partnerships, and related services to the audiences we serve; diversity, as the arts are a vital part of a healthy, equitable society, to which people of all ages and backgrounds have a need and right to belong, embracing all people and communities as united under a common artistic experience; and audience through our work to cultivate and engage a diverse and responsive audience through exceptional service, respect, and access.
Community Partner Nights start January 10 with the award winning play, Collected Stories, and aim to build bridges across non-profit organizations and re-invest the support the Hipp has received over the past year during the Keep Gainesville Hipp campaign. On each of the upcoming Community Partner nights, the Hippodrome will offer $25 tickets to
Collected Stories, Women in Jeopardy and The Elephant Man. $10 of that will go directly back to the community organization.
The investment entrusted to the Hippodrome through the Keep Gainesville Hipp campaign is returned to the community through the strategic leveraging of resources for the greater good and for the expansion of mutually beneficial collaborations and partnerships. The Hippodrome strives to exemplify an open and accessible cultural resource for all to enjoy.
As a cornerstone of Gainesville’s robust cultural life, the Hippodrome has a legacy of providing the very best in artistic excellence through programming on the mainstage, cinema, special events, and its award-winning education program. Now in its 42nd year, the Hippodrome is a non-profit, professional regional theatre serving hundreds of thousands of audience members annually.
Join us in supporting the worthy local organizations at Community Partner Nights.
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