The Connecticut Family Theatre, located in West Hartford, is recognized across the state as a top-notch theater school. Its motto is “Changing Lives Through The Arts,” and that’s not an exaggeration. Local youth who took classes at the theater have gone on to show off their talents in film and even on Broadway.
Of course, putting these programs together takes money. According to the theater, it requires at least $50,000 in annual donations to run the organization effectively. But recent years have seen operating deficits as large as $25,000, prompting the need for a serious fundraising push.
As part of our Connecting With Connecticut initiative, the attorneys at The Flood Law Firm are proud to contribute to the Connecticut Family Theatre.
Connecting With Connecticut
Each month, The Flood Law Firm is highlighting a worthy organization that needs our help to keep doing what they are doing. It’s important that the Connecticut Family Theatre have what it needs to provide great programs to children and teens. Without the theater, local youth with dreams of performing on Broadway will have no place to turn to hone their skills.
What better place for them to learn than through the theater’s Intro to Acting course, which are offered to anyone from age 6 to 18? Students who discover they have a knack for acting can then audition for full-scale performances at the theater.
We encourage you to attend a performance at the Connecticut Family Theatre. Please consider helping this great organization so that our children and families can have access to this great artistic resource for years to come.
Who We Are
The Flood Law Firm is a Connecticut personal injury law firm with offices located across the state. Attorneys Brian Flood and Christopher Flood are proud Connecticut natives. They have spent their entire legal careers representing real Connecticut residents in need, not insurance companies or huge corporations.
If you need to speak with an attorney, please call us at 877-987-9LAW for a free, no-obligation consultation.
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