Dallas Theater Center
Once again the North Texas Food Bank and Dallas Theater Center are coming together to fight against hunger and promote awareness in North Texas. The partnership between the now 30 year old NTFB and the theater boasting an impressive 115,000 annual audience has continued for five years, culminating every year with the theater's production of 'A Christmas Carol.'
Dallas Theater Center and the North Texas Food Bank are teaming up for the fifth consecutive year to increase awareness about hunger in North Texas and to provide assistance to those in need. This partnership has become tradition for the two organizations, taking place during DTC’s annual production of A Christmas Carol. So far, DTC patrons have donated over $175,000 to NTFB.
“Our annual partnership with the North Texas Food bank during A Christmas Carol allows Dallas Theater Center to address Dickens’ themes of social justice and move a community to action,” says Dallas Theater Center artistic director Kevin Moriarty. “DTC strives to be in the community, of the community and for the community. We are one step closer to accomplishing this by increasing awareness about hunger in North Texas and providing ways to help ease the need.”
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