Waterfront Properties Welcomes Town Proclamation Naming Maltz Jupiter Theater Week

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Mayor Karen Golonka and the rest of the council voted to honor the regional theater Feb. 24 through March 2, 2013.

Maltz Jupiter Theatre artistic director Andrew Kato accepts a proclamation from Jupiter Mayor Karen Golonka.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre kicked off the eponymous week Feb. 23 with the spectacular Ten Event Gala, a sold-out event that raised more than a quarter-million dollars for the nonprofit theater.

Members of the Jupiter Town Council officially have proclaimed “Maltz Jupiter Theatre Week” in recognition of the stage’s 10 years in the community.

Feb. 24 through March 2, 2013, recognizes the Maltz Jupiter Theater’s cultural contributions to -- and iconic status in -- the Jupiter area, as well as the village of Tequesta. The theater is on the east end of Indiantown Road in a quiet residential area of Jupiter condos for sale. It is a major draw for patrons from central Palm Beach to southern Martin counties.

Mayor Karen Golonka on Feb. 19 presented Maltz Jupiter Theatre artistic director Andrew Kato with a proclamation honoring the regional facility and enumerating the reasons it not only makes the area a better place to live, but also serves as an asset to those with homes in Palm Beach Gardens, Juno Beach and beyond. Among those reasons: a history of high-caliber and award-winning productions; a myriad of exciting volunteer opportunities; and a schedule of top-notch educational programs supported by the Maltz Jupiter Theatre Paul & Sandra Goldner Conservatory of the Performing Arts.

The Maltz Jupiter Theatre kicked off the eponymous week Feb. 23 with the spectacular Ten Event Gala, a sold-out event that raised more than a quarter-million dollars for the nonprofit theater.

Agents at Waterfront Properties and Club Communities, a boutique real-estate company around the corner from the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, recognize the facility’s importance as Florida’s largest regional theater. It attracts more than 70,000 patrons every year and has more than 7,500 subscribers. It recently was nominated for a record 23 Carbonell Awards nominations, a Tony Awards-esque ceremony set for April 1 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale.

Artistic Director Andrew Kato said the designation of Maltz Jupiter Theatre Week, the successfully sold-out fundraiser and the nearly two dozen award nominations reaffirm the quality work the theater is producing and the opportunities it provide local residents. For information, call 561-575-2223.

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