Actors’ Theatre is teaming with GRCC students to donate all proceed from our final dress rehearsal of Mr. Marmalade to the GRCC Haitian Relief Fund.
Wednesday, January 27th
Box office opens at 7:00 PM
Show begins at 8:00 PM
$5 – general admission – all proceeds collected will go directly to the Red Cross.
* Mr. Marmalade contains graphic language and adult situations. May not be suitable for younger audiences.
Here is what the GRCC students, and faculty, have put into action – so far…
• Today, students and faculty in GRCC’s Secchia Institute of Culinary Education will donate all their tips from The Heritage Restaurant, a working classroom, to the cause.
• Theatre students are dedicating their Wednesday , January 24, performance of Art of Murder. This comedy is being produced by the GRCC Players student group and directed by GRCC alumnus Chris Grooms.
• All students and faculty in GRCC’s health programs, including Dental, Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant and Radiological Tech, will bring in fruit donations next week which will be sold on campus for $1 a piece. They also hope to raise awareness of healthy eating habits while selling.
Director of Student Life Eric Mullen, who oversees student organizations on GRCC’s campus says ideas are still percolating. In a campus-wide e-mail, GRCC President Steve Ender, congratulated students on their passion to help the people of Haiti and encouraged everyone at the college to participate in any way they are able.
All funds collected will be contributed directly to the Red Cross.