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Molly Smith Gives A Roaring Back Update
A Message from Molly Smith
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Americans have always come together during times of crisis and we are doing so right now. We know we are stronger when we all work together.

The arts have the unique ability to bring groups of people together to celebrate our shared humanity. How ironic — right now, we are isolated in order to combat this disease. Our doors are closed at Arena Stage and our productions have been suspended until next season. But we know we will come roaring back!

We have artists who are longing to perform for you and artists who have powerful stories to tell you; our audiences are the best and the brightest in the country. You’ve asked us how you can help. Many of you are donating tickets back and we thank you for your generosity. We ask you, in this difficult time, to make a donation to our newly announced campaign: Roaring Back Fund.

We want exuberant art to be waiting for you on the other side of this, but for that to happen, we need you to invest in that future now. We know Arena Stage will come back even stronger when this emergency is over. We always have!

Help us stabilize our beautiful organization with your gift today.

Thank you!

Molly Smith

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Lisa Nathans teaches you how to talk like a newsie from the boroughs of New York
Costume Shop Headbands and Masks
Christiane Noll sings "Can't Help Falling In Love"
Jenny Male and Peter Boyer in a Swashbuckling, Sword-fighting Adventure
10-minute fitness class with Lorene Chesley
Helen Hedman reads from "Trouping: How the Show Came to Town" by Phillip C. Lewis
Soara-Joye Ross sings "Hallellujah" by Tina Lear
Roc Lee - music from "The Price"
Lisa Nathans - Talk like a Newsie
Breathing exercises with Joy Jones
Erin Weaver, Aarron Posner and daughter Maisie sing "Let it Be" by The Beatles
Lawrence Redmond performs a monologue from Paul Rudnick's "I Hate Hamlet"
Lise Bruneau reads Mary Oliver's "Morning Poem"
Kristyn Pope performs original choreography to "We Shall Overcome"
Ethan Van Slyke sings "I'd Rather Be Sailing" from "A New Brain"
Paul Vogt reads "All the World" by Liz Garton Scanlon
Dorea Schmidt - "Robin in the Rain"
Jimmy Ray Bennett - Hey!
Cornelius Smith Jr. - "We Need Fire"
Daniel J. Maldonado - "Somewhere, Over the Rainbow"
Paul Sportelli" - "You'll Never Walk Alone" from "Carousel"
Joe Montoya - "If You're Out There" (Cover)
Benjamin Scheuer - "Weather the Storm"
Cooking with Molly - Italian Eggs
Dance Lessons with Parker Esse - "Stuck Together" from "Catch Me If You Can"
Singing lessons with Laura Bergquist - "To Life" from Fiddler on the Roof
Edward Gero performs a monologue from Jack Karoac's "The Dharma Bums"
Dance Lessons with Parker Esse - "To "Life" from "Fiddler on the Roof"
The Costume Shop makes masks for Children's National Hospital
Nicholas Rodriguez - "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'"
A Special Song and Message from Benjamin Scheuer
Nehal Joshi reads from Terrence McNally's "Master Class"
A Gift of Art - Craig Lucas reads an excerpt from "Change Agent"
Deputy Artistic Director Seema Sueko checks in
Playwright Craig Lucas reads a one act play, "Credo"
Singing Lessons with Laura Bergquist - "Stuck Together" from "Catch Me If You Can"

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