While complimentary tickets are available, all donated proceeds are tax deductible and will be given to Jay Nolan Community Services
(PRWEB) July 15, 2015
The atmosphere in Southern California is electric as the storm approaches. Since 1926, the Orpheum Theatre has hosted many respected artists such as Judy Garland to well-known shows today such as “American Idol.”
For two days only, the Orpheum Theatre will be hosting the US premier of “Heart of Storm.” The production depicts a love story through Russian ballet paired with live symphonic rock musicians—Derek Sherinian as music director and keyboards performer, Gregg Bissonette on drums, Doug Aldrich as a solo guitar, Brent Woods with rhythm guitar, and Brandon Fields on a saxophone.
While complimentary tickets are available, all donated proceeds are tax deductible and will be given to Jay Nolan Community Services, a non-profit organization that assists children and adults with Autism and other developmental disabilities. Jay Nolan Community Services will be offering an exclusive sponsorship opportunity ranging from $250-$500. Contact Lisa Fisher at LFisher(at)JayNolan(dot)org or by calling (818) 361-6400 ext. 129.
Heart of Storm will be performing at 8pm on July 24 and 25. To receive your complimentary tickets, email tickets(at)rockballet(dot)com. Further, donations of $100 or more will be given an exclusive invitation to the meet and greet with the “Heart of Storm” red rock ballet performers and musicians after the show (July 24th only). Reserve tickets today for this unique opportunity in support of Jay Nolan Community Services.
The Orpheum Theatre
842 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90014
About Jay Nolan Community Services
The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with autism spectrum disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs. Since 1975, JNCS has served over 9,750 people with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disabilities in the community. With over 550 full and part time staff, JNCS ensures each individual is given the opportunity to utilize consultation services, enhanced support, supported employment, supported and independent living options, as well as family support services.