(Union, NJ) -- The Theater Project, a Union County-based Professional Theater Company, announces a special summertime Relocation Fundraiser to be held on Tuesday, June 28 beginning at 6:30pm at Garlic Rose Bistro, 28 North Avenue in Cranford.
Dubbed "Sing for Your Supper", the evening will feature several sets of entertainment featuring Theater Project regulars, including the glorious singing of Gail Lou and Daaimah Talley and the comedic talents of Barbara Giudi and Bev Sheehan. Garlic Rose Bistro's delectable appetizers, salads and pasta, along with a cash bar to support The Theater Project, will round out the evening's fare.
In addition, a scene from The Theater Project's upcoming summer production of "Penny Penniworth" will be previewed. The production features four acclaimed New Jersey actors and actresses: Harry Patrick Christian, Rick Delaney, Jenelle Sosa and Teri Sturtevant.
Advance tickets are available exclusively through Brown Paper Tickets at 800-838-3006 and http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/181174. Tickets are $35 if purchased prior to June 22, $40 if purchased at the door or after June 21.
More information on the fundraiser and The Theater Project can be found online at TheTheaterProject.org or by calling 908-809-8865. The Theater Project, most recently affiliated with Union County College in Cranford, will be announcing their future long-term home in the coming weeks.
The Theater Project believes that a more thoughtful, inspired and creative community can be stimulated by its unique brand of professional, high-quality and theatrical programming. It is dedicated to the presentation of powerful and relevant productions that explore contemporary values and topic issues in an intimate and engaging setting.
Committed to strengthening the bond our professional artists have with our patrons and donors, The Theater Project provides our Central New Jersey community with a broad range of affordable programming -- ranging from rarely-seen productions to educational offerings and programs supporting next-generation actors and playwrights to a safe developmental environment for the cultivation of new plays by authors of all ages -- in celebration of the special interactive relationship between artists and audiences only live theater can provide.