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MCP presents Kitty Donohoe

 

 

The Monroe Community Players present Kitty Donohoe 

Sunday, November 8th at 2 and 4 pm

$20 per person.  Reserve seating only. (734) 241-7900



 
Limited to 30 seats due to social distancing.

Masks will be required to enter the mall and attend.




 
Performances held at MCP@The Mall, located in the Mall of Monroe. (Mall of Monroe, 2121 North Monroe Street – enter by the Phoenix Theaters and turn right down the main hallway at the food court).

 
Call (734) 241-7900 to reserve your seat.
 
 

About Kitty Donohoe
 

Ann Arbor-based songwriter and Michigan Emmy recipient Kitty Donohoe is not an Irish or Celtic singer, but she clearly draws from that part of her heritage, as well as her American roots, as an artist.
 
Iconic WFMT-Chicago folk dj Rich Warren calls Kitty “far above and beyond most singer-songwriters.” She writes music that has been called “earthy, luminous and compelling” (The Weekender) and she’s been praised in the press equally for her voice, her musicality, and her songwriting. Sing Out!, one of the oldest and most respected folk music magazines in the industry, says that Kitty is “ one of the rare singer-songwriters to sensuously weave words and melody into a strong and mesmerizing fabric.”
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A Open Letter From MCP

 

While the pandemic has been hard on all theater, the pandemic has been extremely hard on MCP.

 

Just before the lockdown, we made the move to the Mall of Monroe. We did this in order to be able to have a venue that would ensure a steady stream of revenue by performing small cast show, musical revues, etc. over multiple weekends. Also we would be closer to the public and be able to bring theater to a whole new audience. Unfortunately, that was made impossible by the pandemic and safety concerns.

 




Over the summer, MCP had a very successful fund raising drive. Our first ever bottle drive raised almost $3000 and our “Moved In Sale” continues to contribute. Also during the summer, volunteers organized, and repaired what we thought would be our new home; replacing lights, adding fixtures. But extremely high utility bills and rent for a space that cannot be used to generate revenue has destroyed our bank accounts

 

 

 


And we are working to keep holding on. Plans are being made for a Introduction to Theater class taught by President David P. Wahr. Also we are developing a children’s program with a half hour long show and music all to raise the money MCP needs to survive.

 


Everything depends on how Covid 19 plays out in Monroe County.


The point to be made is that Monroe Community Players face a very real possibility of becoming a happy memory of what used to be.


Or MCP may grow into something different altogether.

 


But one thing is for sure, we need your help now. Financially yes, but more importantly your support in the community and to our upcoming programs. Thank you for your attention.