Striving for Excellence: The Case for Two Planks and a Passion Theatre
At Two Planks we bring audiences and artists together to share in something that is both transformative and memorable- an experience of heightened awareness of all we hold most important in our lives. Our productions are the result of the collaboration of dozens of dedicated artists and administrators, years of research and exploration, and the support of people like you.
Achieving excellence requires much more than money- talent, experience, vision, leadership and luck are all key ingredients, but it is safe to say that without money, we could never make use of any of these wonderful things and make our dreams a reality.
By contributing money and time to our Theatre Off The Grid you become part of Two Planks and a Passion theatre’s future. With your help, our future is that much brighter for all of us.
Be a part of a success, and help us to continue to serve both our local and wider communities.
Become a Member
Membership is a special thing. It allows you not only a discount on Ross Creek programs, but also special events with both Two Planks and a Passion Theatre and the RCCA, our sister organisation, and discounts from stores and restaurants. Becoming a member means you are a member of our umbrella organisation, the CoastArts Association, with voting rights and advance notice of special events and items of interest. You will receive a quarterly newsletter and much more.
Membership rates are $15 for an individual and $25 for a family (one vote for family membership). Please fill in this membership form and send it in with your cheque to receive your card, or email our general manager for more information at email@example.com
TWO PLANKS AND A PASSION THEATRE
Box 190, 555 Ross Creek Rd Canning, Nova Scotia
Canada B0P 1H0
Phone: 902.582.3842 Fax: 902.582.7943
The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is a multi disciplinary arts education and development centre based on 186 acres of farm and forest in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. Our facilities and programs are designed to serve the artistic and cultural communities of Nova Scotia, of Canada, and of the world, with a focus on professional artist development, youth education and Aboriginal arts programming. For more information, click here
Photo: Burgundy Code and Melody Johnson in Our Town, 2008. Photo By Rene Pierre Allain