Spot On Theater Company will be supporting BDAI during the 3pm January 28 performance of their new play, Blue Over You by Dan Noonan, by donating partial proceeds from any tickets purchased through BDAI to our organization. See news section for more details and come out and support! Tickets are $25.
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BDAI invites you to the January 28, 2018 performance of Spot On Company’s newest play, Blue Over You written by former Board of Directors President and award winning playwright Dan Noonan. We are excited to announce that Spot On Theater Company will be supporting BDAI during that performance by donating partial proceeds from any tickets purchased through BDAI to our organization and we will be honored in a curtain speech after the show highlighting what we do. We can’t thank Spot On enough for their generosity and support.
Directed by Sarah Whitney and starring accomplished Chicago actor Michael Joseph Mitchell, Blue Over You tells the tale of Francis, a high school drama teacher who comes home one day to find his wife Mitzi missing. Where’s Mitzi? Come see this mysterious one-man love story with musical bits.
The show is at 3pm on Sunday, January 28, 2018 at Northminster Presbyterian Church 2515 Central Park Avenue, Evanston, IL 60201. Tickets are $25. To purchase tickets for the show and support BDAI, please email Kara at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 312-427-1495. Come out and support Dan, theatre, the arts, and BDAI.Blue Over You »
HFA is hosting two TEACH Immersions, including one led in English October 21st-24th, 2017 and one led in Spanish, November 4th-7th, 2017. TEACH will offer 24 men, women, moms, and dads from the bleeding disorders community, for three days of educational programming and advocacy training in Washington, DC. This training is designed to educate participants about the history of bleeding disorders and advocacy efforts, the legislative process, current policies affecting the bleeding disorders community, and tools to be a better advocate. If you want to learn more or apply, click the link below.Apply Here »
Health Care Reform continues to be debated in DC. If you are wanting to read the latest updates or find out how you can get involved please read our latest advocacy alert on this issue.Advocacy Alert »
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