MST Benefit

2011 Scholarship Fund Benefit Gala

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Scholarship Fund
Benefit Gala Performance

June 25th Only

Join us for a special one-night only performance by current and past Marin Summer Theater company members to raise money for the MST scholarship fund.  All proceeds from ticket sales will be given as scholarships to deserving future company members.

See some of  your favorite 2009 and 2010 company members and get to know the 2011 company as they recreate memerable moments from years past and show you what they are doing now. 

In 2011 Marin Summer was able to offer 12 full scholarships because our audience was so generous at the 2010 Benefit.  Please help us continue to make theater available for our student actors, dancers, and singers, regardless of their means.

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The Marin Summer Theater Scholarship Fund Benefit Gala Performance was a huge success. 
The audience had a great time with  past and current company members and enjoyed knowing that they were raising funds for future MST seasons.  Their support would help MST continue its mission of creating exciting, professional quality theater, by students of the performing arts, regardless of their economic situation.

2011 Benefit Photos

Photographs from the 2011 Marin Summer Theater Scholarship Fund Benefit Gala Performance by Dieter Zander.

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About Marin Summer Theater

Marin Summer Theater (MST) is an award winning non-profit theater company for students of performing arts between the ages of 13 and 23. The MST company prepares and presents three fully-staged productions in a six-week summer season. MST's mission is threefold: To present exciting, professional quality drama, musical theater and musical revue productions; to keep tuition as low as possible so that cost is not a barrier to participation; to create a diverse company of college and high school students.

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