The members of the JCAT family appreciate the ongoing support of those who attend our performances. Without our enthusiastic audiences, there would be no theatre.
But ticket sales don’t pay all the bills. We need your ongoing help to continue our year round programming with a full season of productions, theatre camps, and a wide range of classes and workshops in acting and improvisation as well as scholarships to deserving students.
If you would like to help support JCAT, there are a number of ways you can be part of our family:
Recurring, monthly credit card support is the easiest way: This is easy to do and no amount is too small or too large.
Thank you for your tax-deductible donation to help support JCAT.
2017 JCATemy Awards
Lillian's Birthday Present
Lillian and Michael Andron met in the world of theatre; their first encounter was at an audition 45 years ago! Lillian has worked as Michael's right arm in South Florida theatre for the last three decades. In addition to the countless hours of enjoyment she’s provided with the array of characters she created on stage, she was the one working with actors behind the scenes to develop an ‘actor’s eye’ on stage: to really see and hear the other actors and re-act truthfully to what they saw and heard. She was the one the youth actors went to if they were too scared to ‘ask Michael’. So much of the theatre the Andron have produced is, in so many ways, attributable to her guidance, even if the audience didn’t realize it.
On May 11th - just two weeks away - Lillian has a major birthday. She turns 70.
Michael asked her if she wanted a party or something for friends to celebrate. Knowing the financial short-fall that JCAT is in (we need to raise $25K before June 30th, the end of our fiscal year), she said that no-one needs to get her anything… instead, she said, ask them to become a JCAT contributor: either a sustaining member (an ongoing monthly credit card donation of $5, $10, $18, $100... whatever you can do comfortably) or making a one-time donation.
In Hebrew, every letter in the Aleph-Bet has a corresponding number. 70 is “ayin”, which means ‘eye’. She helped so many hundreds of kids and adults open their ‘actor’s eye’ over the years. Please consider honoring her special day, and fulfilling her birthday wish, by becoming a sustaining member of JCAT or making a one-time donation.
And where will she be on her actual birthday? At a performance of our first professional Equity production, a world premiere of Broken Snow by Ben Andron! Now that’s a fantastic present, don’t you think
Andron's Thespian Alumni is your chance to give back to the theatre community that helped you learn so many life-long lessons which have enriched your life.
Put in a monthly credit card payment for as little as $10, $18, $36 or as much as $100. You can also make a on-time donation.
Please join to help keep theatrical education alive!