Last Chance For A Tax Break
Don Gingold
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Last Chance For A Tax Break

Make a Donation to offset some income, but do it before January 1!

Last Chance for Making Donations If you're in a position to make a donation to offset some income over the 2016 year, then please consider a donation to the Summer Place, your local theatre.

Special Premium for Generous Donors

If you give $100 or more, we'd like to send you a very special gift: a DVD of our original performance 50 Years of Musicals. Over 2 hours of singing and dancing to those great numbers from Broadway! Many of the songs were performed by the same actors who performed them on our stage those many years ago, and they still sound great! Don't miss it.

It's Easy! Do it Online!

Just click on the link below. Your internet browser will take you to our ticket page. At the bottom of the ticket page is a space to enter a donation. Once you put in your amount, a big [Proceed to PayPal] button will appear. Click it and put in your credit card number (of course, PayPal users, you can login and donate from your balance), It's PayPal, completely secure and the way millions of people shop online. Click here >>> DONATE ON OUR TICKET PAGE

Every Little Bit Helps

Even if you can't give $100 but still want to help, we thank you and will put your dollars to good use! We've kept our ticket prices low because we want live theatre to remain affordable for everyone in Naperville. Unfortunately, the expenses keep rising. Your spare funds help others enjoy the thrill of a live performance,

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Happy Birthday, Illinois!

The 2018 Summer Place Season is recognized as an official Illinois state Bicentennial Commission Project.

Learn more about the commission at their website.