Fabrefaction Theatre Company will host their First Annual Benefit Concert on September 8, 2012, at 7 p.m. at 999 Brady Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30318.
Winning seven of the 2012 Atlanta Theater Fan Awards, Fabrefaction Theatre Company is proud to present their students in a benefit concert to support the programs of the theatre. Over 50 actors will be performing selections from past and future productions.
“We depend on the support of the community and the proceeds of the benefit concert will go towards future productions and programs,” says Executive Director, Evelyn Hoff.
Tickets are on sale in advance at http://www.fabrefaction.org/ or by calling the box office at 404-876-9468. Tickets will include a full evening of music, entertainment, silent auction, food, and drinks. All tickets are $75.00. Seating is limited for the event and sure to sell out quickly. All tickets ordered online will be available at the box office the night of the performance.
About Fabrefaction Theatre Company
Fabrefaction Theatre Company is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in Atlanta, Georgia to provide performance opportunities for artists of all ages. The company evolved from a theatre ministry created by Christina and Evelyn Hoff in 2004. The theatre ministry eventually became known as the Summer Stage Theatre Company. The purpose of Summer Stage was to provide quality performance opportunities alongside unique theatre education and training.
In 2007 the Summer Stage Theatre Company expanded to include a group of dedicated theatre lovers from across the country who decided to bring their collective experiences to Atlanta by founding Fabrefaction Theatre Company. Since its inception Fabrefaction has produced over 30 shows, including 2 new works and 15 educational productions. In May of 2010 FTC moved into their beautiful brand new (and lovingly donated) home in Atlanta’s Westside featuring a main stage, a blackbox, and ample space for rehearsals and classes. Our theatre space is designed so that each audience member is visually engaged in the production in order to create a collective audience experience. It is our goal that Fabrefaction will become a place where everyone can find something that interests them and encourages them to further engage in the art form– Christina Hoff, Founding Artistic Director