A Message from Our President
To our dear patrons, donors, volunteers, business partners, and friends:
I write this note to connect with you all as we are walking through a time of uncertainty, and to first and foremost say -- we miss you already! I know that many of you have been wondering about where we stand with our upcoming events due to the nationwide COVID-19 crisis. As this situation has evolved rapidly and daily, we have carefully considered what would be best for our supporters and thought it best to make the following schedule updates.
The Annual KLT Yard Sale
This has been postponed until further notice. We have been blessed to keep access to the lot and the storage pod that has our Yard Sale “goodies” for as long as we need. This is a huge fundraiser for us, and although we are disappointed that we have to postpone -- we are thankful that it seems we will get to hold this event at a future date.
We have postponed this production until June 2021, so it will be a part of our next season! We know that many of our volunteers were looking forward to this production, and a “sweeping tale of love and redemption” set against the rich backdrop of North Carolina in the 1920s and ’40s would be just what the Dr. ordered right now. We will tell this story next season -- when we can give it the full glory it deserves.
We will not announce the remainder of our next season until a later time -- when we can celebrate accordingly.
Season Flexpass Holders and Business Partners
For our season flexpass holders and business sponsors, we would be grateful if you are able to consider your remaining ticket(s) a donation. However, we understand that may not be feasible for everyone, and will work with you to meet your needs. You may email the KLT office at email@example.com or call the office and leave a message at (336) 993-6556. Although we won’t have people in the office, we will be retrieving messages.
I have been so inspired by the offers of help, and the amount of artistic contributions during this crisis. Although our day-to-day lives have been impacted, we are reminded of the beauty of the human story-and there is a lot left to tell. So, we’ll be here, ready on the other side, ready to serve our community, ready to light the way, and ready to keep the story going. In the meantime, the ghost light will shine on.
Take care and be well -- much love to you all.
Rachel Schroeder, President, Kernersville Little Theatre