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Let the games begin. You’re joining Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard as their double date game night guest of honor. You and a friend (spouse, Tinder date, mother-in-law… maybe stick with a friend) will join their winter wonderland that is game night: freshly baked cookies, hot cocoa with those little marshmallows and of course matching holiday sweaters. The games you’ll play? It’s totally up to you… but they do have a favorite in mind (hint: it rhymes with “mettlers of a fan”). Will Kristen sing you her favorite holiday tunes? Will Dax show up in a onesie? Will you end up eating all the cookie dough instead of baking it? They take their fun seriously, so anything goes at game night. Flights and hotel included.
Opening Act seeks to level the playing field for students attending New York City’s most under-served public high schools by offering students opportunities to develop leadership, community and commitment through its innovative, high quality, free theater programming. Currently offered at 51 schools in Brooklyn, Manhattan and the Bronx, Opening Act’s year-long After School Theater Program teaches improvisation, acting technique and writing exercises. The program culminates in an original production created, written and performed by the students in a professional theater. The program provides a safe, inclusive and supportive environment so that their students feel empowered to share their stories. Your donation will help Opening Act achieve its vision of giving students attending New York City’s most under-served public schools the opportunity to gain confidence, pride and the knowledge that they can succeed at anything in life.
• $25 - supports an Opening Act student for one workshop
• $50 - supports an Opening Act student for three workshops
• $100 - supports an Opening Act student for six workshops
• $1,000 - supports two Opening Act students for a full year