An unexpected cash flow crisis has forced the theatre to reach out for donations so they can continue to operate. They are a vital part of performing arts in the region, so I hope you'll consider lending a hand.
For the past two years, Passage has produced my adaptation of Charles Dickens's classic novella A Christmas Carol. Peter Bisgaier played Scrooge both times, and was wonderful in the role. It would be great to have the production back again this December, but that can't happen if the theatre is forced to close its doors.
Located at the historic Mill Hill Playhouse, originally built as a Gothic-revival church in 1873, Passage has been serving the city of Trenton and its surrounding area since 1985. Artistic Director C. Ryanne Domingues and Managing Director Brishen Miller bring a piece of theatrical magic to Trenton, and since the theatre is located within walking distance from the New Jersey Transit train station in the capital, it's actually quite accessible from other places as well.
If you're able to, I hope you'll consider lending them your support.