The Theater League of Clifton, a non-profit cultural organization founded in 2005, would gratefully welcome any and all donations as part of our “Giving Tuesday” campaign.
Despite the ongoing concerns regarding Covid-19, the Theater League of Clifton remains active and dedicated to its mission of fostering an appreciation of the arts through theatrical and musical performances.
Adapting to the necessary public health precautions mandated during this pandemic, the Theater League feels its commitment to the arts is more important than ever—offering quality, family friendly entertainment to boost the spirits of local residents.
For example, the Theater League—working with the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Passaic County Cultural & Heritage Council, its corporate sponsor Kearny Bank, and the City of Clifton—staged a successful outdoor concert (“Showtune”) on September 12 at Weasel Brook Park, which attracted over 300 music lovers.
On December 4 and 5, Theater League, in cooperation with Grace Church, 45 Hazel St. in Clifton, will present “Waiting for Christmas,” a family storybook musical about the holiday season. The church will be configured and sanitized to comply with the city’s Covid-19 protocols for performers and members of the audience. The Theater League of Clifton is dedicated to keeping people safe during the show.
In addition, each year the Theater League provides scholarship money to Clifton High School students. Mark Peterson, the president of the Theater League, said that one of the organization’s primary goals “has been to encourage our youth to engage in the arts. Contributing towards the education of students, either monetarily or by inviting all ages to participate in our productions has been at the forefront of our mission.”
Visit the Theater League’s website (www.theaterleagueofclifton.com) for updates and information on the group’s activities. Please help us continue our mission in the city of Clifton. Your donations during the “Giving Tuesday” campaign will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!