THE TALENTED thespians at Studio32 were delighted to announce that their recent production of ‘Mack and Mabel’ raised over 3,500 euros for local charities.
Studio32’s chairman Philip Wilson recently visited San Fulgencio Town Hall to meet Benjamin Villena Rodriguez, President of the San Fulgencio Alzheimer’s Society.
Benjamin thanked Studio32 for their continued support of the charity, which provides help in the community to families and individuals dealing with Alzheimer’s.
Studio32 happily handed over 2,250 euros for this deserving charity, plus a further 250 euros towards the purchase of instruments and music for students, to Rosa Maria Mira from the San Fulgencio music school.
Philip explained a little about the history of the musical theatre group, “Studio32 was set up four years ago to bring high quality full-scale musical theatre to the Costa Blanca, and through doing so enable us to support local charities” he said.
Everyone in the company worked extremely hard to make this show a great success and I’m very proud of them all. In only 4 years we’ve raised over 20,000 euros for local charities, and we will continue to support AFA San Fulgencio and local good causes in the coming year.”
He was also happy to reveal what is next on the agenda for this talented theatre company.
They have just announced their winter show, the classic Irving Berlin show “White Christmas”, which will be performed from Wednesday November 29 to Saturday December 2 at the Cardenal Belluga Theatre in San Fulgencio.
Advanced ticket reservations are already being taken, so book early to avoid disappointment as this popular show is sure to sell out quickly.
Anyone who is interested in getting involved with the company, should get in touch as they are always keen to recruit more members.
Apart from stage performers, they are also currently seeking to expand their backstage and technical crew so why not get in touch to find out more.
Full details are on their website, www.studiothirtytwo.org.