In this season of giving, CDC Theatre in Cranford, New Jersey’s oldest community theatre, recently presented a donation of over $1,300 to Krishna Stone, the Assistant Director of Community Relations, Communications and Marketing at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis Center in New York. The theatre had opened its 96th season with a special, limited run production of Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart which was a joint fundraiser for the theatre and GMHC. For close to one hundred years, CDC Theatre’s mission has been to provide affordable, live theatre to the community and to encourage involvement in the theatre arts. The theatre’s commitment to maintaining a strong presence in the local community is one of the ways we hope to remain a vibrant arts institution. For more information on our season visit www.cdctheatre.org. Photo Caption Krishna Stone of GMHC, and CDC members and actors Joe Leo, Scott Tyler Richenaker, Salvador Navarro, Terry Darling, Leslie Reagoso, and (seated) Alan Van Antwerp (co-director) and John Sechrist
CDC Theatre Makes Donation
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