Last night's performance of "Zero Hour" was nothing less than electrifying according to all the people I spoke with in the lobby afterwards. It was fun being there before the show -- so many people coming up and saying how much they enjoyed "Big Voice" -- and then again at intermission and afterwards.
Ed Decker called this morning and said that the event sold $4000 in tickets, produced $4000 in additional donations from attendees, and then that total will be matched with a matching grant of $8000, bringing the total for the evening to $16,000 to help fund the New Conservatory's Educational and Production programs.
And Jim was brilliant.
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