My wonderful friends at Hennepin Theatre Trust asked me to write a guest blog about my experience as a Trust donor during the past two years. This is the first time a donor has written a blog for them and I am appropriately humbled by the opportunity to tell my story (and of course, Sam’s story) as it relates to getting back to enjoying the performing arts. I owe special thanks to Helen Kouba, the Trusts’ Development Coordinator, for asking me to participate, and all the folks in the Public Relations and Marketing Departments for their great editing of the piece.
For any of you in the Mini-Apple area (yuk,yuk), I can’t say enough about what a great deal this is: culture-wise, supporting-the-arts-wise, and getting-great-seats-as-a-donor-wise. As a testament to this, Sam and I are seeing The Book of Mormon this Saturday with great seats and even greater expectations for this sold-out show. Here’s the link: