LEWISTON, Idaho - The Lewis-Clark State College Silverthorne Theatre upgrade is nearing completion and is in the final stretch of its fundraising campaign. $15,000 in cash donations is needed to upgrade the lighting and curtains in preparation for the first production scheduled for March 25 - March 29, 2015.
Individuals can donate towards this project by adopting a seat for $200. A personalized name plate will be placed on the seat in recognition of your support. Donors are also invited to be a guest at the first production – The 1940’s Radio Hour by Walton Jones, in the newly renovated theatre.
To donate you can mail donations to:
500 8th Ave.
Lewiston, ID 83501
About the Project
The cost of the project is $1.3 million. The upgrade includes new windows, lighting, main stage, balcony area, seating, additional outside entrance to the west side of the theater (to include ADA access, and loading dock for the stage), and major improvements to the green room and workshop/storage areas.
About the Foundation
Established in 1984 as a non-profit educational foundation, the Lewis-Clark State College Foundation is dedicated to providing a margin of excellence for LCSC students. In securing resources beyond those provided through state funding, the Foundation assures an educational experience that is more financially accessible to students, as well as one which is well-rounded and complete.
For more information about Adopt a Seat please contact the LCSC Foundation at 208.792.2458, or email Erika Allen, LCSC Director of College Advancement and Foundation Executive Director at [email protected].