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Jobsite is Thankful

Please accept this note on behalf of everyone here at Jobsite Theater. It can’t even begin to properly express how thankful we are for your support, patronage and friendship. Five renegade guys in their mid-twenties decided to give it a go almost exactly 8 years ago this week. Since then we’re grown by leaps and bounds and now find ourselves so incredibly fortunate in the position we’re currently in with an ensemble surrounding us over 35 strong.

We’re just about 8 weeks into this 06-07 season and things just keep looking up for us. We’ve grown our audience base over 55% in just two years. We received a substantial private donation in order to purchase equipment and tools we really needed. We’ve had enormous, almost unbelievable success already with both The Pillowman and our fundraiser weekend of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) and we’re already looking at a production of The Serpent which is two and a half weeks away and is already close to 75% sold out. Our showpage has been updated, check it out.

As we all prepare to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, trust that all of us at Jobsite count this company and the success and support we have been afforded among our many, many blessings. We hope that you’re all able to enjoy this holiday with friends and family – may the laughs and warmth be abundant and the memories plentiful. We truly look forward to seeing you all again in December when we bring you a powerful, inventive ceremony in The Serpent.

Our Deepest Thanks,
-dj

PS. You may remember that Jobsite partnered with the local charity Metropolitan Ministries this past June during We Won’t Pay! We Won’t Pay! in order to raise food and awareness for this important fellow not-for-profit. They are in critical need at this time for donations of food, toys and money for this holiday season. They are currently facing an immediate need for food for the Thanksgiving holiday. Take a look at their website to learn how you can help make a difference.

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