Fairfield Theatre Company hosts third annual disco dance party FUN-raiser May 3, 2019
The Fairfield Theatre Company is hosting its third annual disco dance party FUN-raiser on Friday, May 3, with all proceeds benefiting the non-profit FTC’s programs, which include concerts, art exhibits, comedy, films, cultural events and children’s education.
“FTC Celebrates: Disco,” at the venue’s Warehouse, promises to be “the boogie, oogie, ooggiest,” FTC said in a news release.
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“FTC is deeply committed to our community, which is wonderfully diverse culturally and artistically curious,” John Reid, FTC’s producing artistic director, said. “We continue to be an artistic hub and economic engine for the area, and always do our best to present a wide variety of programs that serve all age groups and interests.”
Event co-chair Allison Ziering Walmark added, “The last two events were a remarkable success. I’m very proud of the money we raised to benefit the community. The evening strikes a chord with so many, because in today’s chaotic world, people want to escape. It’s virtually impossible to wear platform shoes and polyester (costumes are not mandatory, but encouraged), dance to iconic disco music spun by an actual Studio 54 DJ, wearing free disco swag, and not have fun.”
Fairfield Theatre Company’s Warehouse, 70 Sanford St., Fairfield. Friday, May 3, 8-11 p.m. $100 (open bar), $50. Sponsorships $1,000. 21 and older. 203-259-1036.