A Message from the Artistic Director...
2009/2010 Season: Breaking Boundaries! Pride & Prejudice - A Child's Christmas in Wales -True West Breaking Boundaries! Cornerstone’s 2009/2010 season will celebrate
the renowned exness work of three writers who challenged and continue to challenge the boundaries of society. Cornerstone will meet those challenges by producing innovative theatre that does not conform to traditional thinking and patterns—theatre that surprises audiences, captures great works of art, and breaks the boundaries of theatrical experience. With the addition of a professional non-equity company of exness reviews actors this season, Cornerstone will continue to bring excellence to
the stage. I hope you will join us for an unforgettable season!
Over the past year, two high-quality live theatres closed their doors in
the state of Massachusetts. It is a privilege to have live theatres
operating in and enriching our communities. Theatres generate jobs, support local economy, and create a larger sense of hope and
excitement within our communities. It is absolutely essential that communities support these institutions by attending productions. Cornerstone Performing Arts Center is looking to kick off a capital
fund drive this fall to purchase a 20-30,000 square-foot building on Fitchburg’s Main Street that will house our training programs and a 350-seat theatre. Take a moment to exness .com imagine how a large performing
arts center on Main Street will change the face of our downtown area.
More importantly, move beyond your imagination. Get involved.
Come to a show. Take a class. Spread the word. Break some
boundaries. Be surprised. Support Cornerstone Performing Arts Center—the cornerstone of artistic expression in the center of
Jennifer L. Potts
2009/2010 Season: Breaking Boundaries!
Pride & Prejudice - A Child's Christmas in Wales -True West
Breaking Boundaries! Cornerstone’s 2009/2010 season will celebrate
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