May 1 gala at Magnolia Hotel supports ESL Theatre
Exit Stage Left, a non-profit for the arts in Lower Alabama, is holding a fund-raising gala on Friday, May 1, starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Hotel Magnolia in Foley.
The All That Jazz theme will feature heavy hors d’oeuvres, signature drinks from the 20’s and wine along with a silent auction and musical performances from Chase Morrisette, Savannah Litton, Lacy McFadden, Kaelee McCoy and a skit by Jennifer McBrayer. Tickets can be purchased at exitstageleft.org.
ESL’s mission is to expand theatre opportunities for people residing in Baldwin County, including year-round productions of both musicals and three-act plays as well as summer camp for students. More information about the organization, its planned productions and the summer camp are available on its website.
ESL was founded by a group of friends who share a passion for performance and a desire to educate. Board members include Chase S. Morrisette, director, artistic vision; DeAnn Milly, director, special events; Lacy Ignacio McFadden, director, operations; Rena McCoy, CFO; and Jude McCoy, CEO.
ESL has already scheduled the Madagascar Jr. Summer Camp July 19-23rd at Graham Creek Nature Preserve (The play will be presented on July 23). The group will also present The Rocky Horror Show Oct. 28-30 at the Foley Civic Center. Future productions also include Sealed For Freshness and A Night Of Laughs.