Space Availability at Stage 773

Stage 773 has four discounted available weeks in their Thrust Theater from January 20th-Feb.16th, 2020.The Theater holds 148 seats and includes full box office, lighting and sound package, and marketing assistance. We also have a full bar, and valet parking on the weekends. You can have up to 5 shows per week and 24/7 access to your space until you open. Reach out to Lizzy@stage773.com for more information.

Open Enrollment Is Here – November 1 – December 15, 2019

Heartland Health Centers APPLY FOR OR RENEW YOUR HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACE –low cost private insurance  Sign up or renew your plan between November 1– December 15  Financial assistance is still available to lower the cost of your insurance  Speak to one of our counselors about your options, free of charge! MEDICAID –free or low cost medical card  All Kids, Moms & Babies, Adult Medicaid Children & pregnant women may apply, regardless of immigration status DON’T QUALIFY FOR HEALTH INSURANCE? Low cost medical services for all ages are available …

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Global Arts Management Fellowship

Full scholarship training for arts and cultural executives Accepting applications through November 15, 2019 APPLY AT: http://devosinstitute.umd.edu/fellowship The DeVos Institute’s Global Arts Management Fellowship provides full scholarship training and support for arts executives from across the United States and around the world over a three-year, cohort-based engagement. Fellows attend a four-week residency in Washington, D.C. for three consecutive years. The Fellowship includes intensive, practical training in artistic & strategic planning, marketing, fundraising, board development, and finance; access to leaders of cultural institutions around the world; and collaborative group work. Designed for individuals …

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Just How Green Are You?

Monday, December 9 The Merritt Awards Ideas Exchange presents: Just How Green Are You? Join your colleagues – both front-of-house and backstage – to discover and discuss the steps we can all take to reduce our carbon footprint. Panelists will relate strategies for improving sustainability in our everyday operations as well as our production practices. Attendees will be invited to suggest and discuss additional strategies they currently employ. Panelists • Nan Zabriskie, Chair, Chicago Green Theatre Alliance • Beth Holaday, Verde: Energy Efficiency Experts • Joshua Grossman, Partner, Schuler Shook Theatre Planners …

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