Friday, December 3, 2010

Adams City High School and Access Housing Offer Gift to the Community

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (Dec. 3, 2010) – Adams City High School (ACHS), in partnership with Access Housing, is providing a unique gift to the Commerce City community this holiday season.

The ACHS theatre department will showcase A Christmas Carol, but with a twist. This classic tale will be depicted through a readers’ theater production, where actors will be in basic costume and will dramatically interpret the script without memorization.

A portion of the money from admission will benefit Access Housing, which offers a comprehensive continuum of care to help homeless families regain their independence, achieve self-sufficiency and secure permanent housing.

The entire community is invited to the production, which takes place at the ACHS theater on Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 7 p.m. Admission for adults is $3 and $2 for children and students. Attendees who bring a canned good will receive 50 cents off their admission, with a limit of $1 off the total price. The canned goods will also be donated to Access Housing.

“There are two unique aspects surrounding this year’s holiday production,” said Justin Davis, ACHS Arts Academy Coordinator. “It’s a meaningful way for students and staff participating in the play to give back to the community, and a great way to raise funds to support Access Housing, which provides vital support to those in need in our community.”

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