Monday, October 25, 2010

Inspiring Foster Kids Through Performance Arts

Hey Atlanta!  Have you heard of Curtains Up, the non-profit performing arts company that mentors at-risk children to become confident and successful performers?  This phenomenal organization's mission is to build character and confidence in foster children through performance arts.   
All of the Curtains Up programs are funded by contributions from families, friends, foundations and businesses. With your support, they can continue to help the dreams come true and for deserving foster kids. Jennifer Salberg, founder of Curtains Up, and her team of Atlanta’s most talented choreographers and vocal coaches have dedicated their talents and time to inspire kids in foster care to beat the odds.


Curtains Up invites the community to see their production of Annie at Onstage Atlanta on November 8 through November 13, 2010. Mary Stewart Sullivan, a child Broadway performer, will star as the title role opposite Salberg who plays Miss Hannigan in this heart-warming story that proves to every child that “the sun will come out tomorrow!”




Adult advance online tickets are $15 with a $1.50 service fee.
Children 12 years and younger online tickets are $10 with a $1.50 service fee.
All tickets are $18 at the door

For tickets and more information please call 404-459-0409 or visit http://www.curtainsupinc.org/
For Calendar Listings:
Monday, November 8th @ 6:30pm
Wednesday, November 10th @ 6:30pm
Saturday, November 13th @ 2:00 and 6:30pm


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