Kevin McConnell and the crews at the Cabaret Dinner Theater and the Metro Playhouse are doing their part to help the victims affected by Hurricane Katrina. The two theaters are donating part of their profits through November 6th to give to the Salvation Army to send to the Gulf Coast.
For the entire runs of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" and "My Way" they will try and reach their goal of raising $10,000.
One of the ways you can help those in the Gulf Coast is if you buy or renew season tickets to either theater they will donate 5% of the price for hurricane relief.
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