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August 15, 2016

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UPDATE: Our Kickstarter campaign was a SUCCESS!

With a goal of $55,000 we raised $61,890. 

Thank you to our 292 backers!

WHY OUR MUSICAL MATTERS

Today, though many advances have been made in the LGBTQ community, LGBTQ teens still face endless difficulties including depression and profound personal conflict. This musical aims to encourage audiences and particularly teens to discover where they belong, while remaining true to who they are. Pryor Rendering aspires to shed light on the confusion and inner turmoil that Charlie endures throughout his coming of age journey. Seeing this story firsthand on stage can change lives by fostering tolerance, understanding, and an appreciation for all forms of love.

 

 

Join the movement! The Pryor Rendering Team is asking you to be a part of our newest task!

Help launch our inspiring new musical about coming of age and coming out:

1. Post pic of you and a loved one kissing with the #LoveIsOK sign
2. Include the Pryor Rendering Kickstarter. (now closed)
3. Challenge three friends to do the same!
4. Please do make a donation to our campaign, no donation is too small! Anything helps.
 

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The Pryor Rendering creative team is seeking an opportunity to further the development of this new work through a workshop or sponsored reading, with an eye toward a featured production. This show is a wonderful addition to any season, particularly for a theatre whose audience is interested in historical family drama, coming of age stories or LGBTQ themes.