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DELAWARE: Cape Henlopen Theatre Academy to Host 'Magic to Do' May 25




 

Cape Gazette (Lewes) (05.21.2013) Aids Weekly Plus

Students in the Cape Henlopen High School theater program in Lewes, Del., will host a fundraiser for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA) at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday May 25, at the school’s theater. According to Martha E. Pfeiffer, the high school theater academy director and a longtime supporter of BC/EFA, the event will raise funds to help HIV-infected people as well as bring AIDS awareness to the community. She explained that the goal was to have the entire arts community of Rehoboth Beach and Lewes present for a one-night-only celebration of the arts. Tickets are $30 per person; BC/EFA will receive 100 percent of the proceeds. For more information, contact martha.pfeiffer@cape.k12.de.us; Facebook—Martha Pfeiffer; or call (240) 217–9777.



 


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