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Why we need your help…

UPCOMING BENEFITS

This Weekend! Saturday, May 2 at 8pm 

 COMEDY BENEFIT WITH MARK LUNDHOLM

 Family Community Church

478 Piercy Rd, San Jose, CA 95138 

To purchase tickets, click here or call 1-800-838-3006 

Don’t miss comedian and recovering addict Mark Lundholm‘s only hometown show in 2015! Mark has appeared on Comedy Central, Showtime, A&E, CBS, and NBC, and wrote and performed his own one-man show off-Broadway in New York City.

Next Weekend! Friday – Saturday, May 8 – 9 at 8:30pm

TWO TALES OF ALCOHOLIC HORROR from THE TWILIGHT ZONE

 The Gratitude Center

1320 – 7th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122

To purchase tickets, click here or call 1-800-838-3006 

Adapted for the stage by Jackie B., this benefit features live performances of “The Hellgrammite Method”  (1988) and “Passage for a Trumpet” (1960,  two episodes with alcoholic characters from the iconic television series created by Rod Serling.

Next Month! Friday – Saturday, June 26 – 27 at 8:30pm

THE WAY OUT: AN EVENING WITH TOM SWAY

 The Gratitude Center

1320 – 7th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94122

For more info, click here.

San Francisco’s celebrated indie singer-songwriter Tom S. performs an evening of original music inspired by his journey in sobriety and the fellowship of the recovery community.

HOW TO DONATE ONLINE

Any amount helps, it really does! There are two ways to donate online:
Via Paypal: Send a “gift” to recoveryworkstheater@gmail.com
Via GoFundMe: Use your credit and donate on our gofundme.com page
To send a check by postal mail, email us for instructions.

 WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP!

 Newly inaugurated Recovery Works Theater (RWT) has been invited to perform in the Celebration of Recovery Festival in Atlanta, GA over the Fourth of July weekend, during the week of a major international recovery conference.

RWT will perform an original full-evening length play entitled “Our Experience Has Taught Us”, written and directed by Artistic Director Jackie B.  This new play dramatizes the group histories of the first Alcoholics Anonymous groups in Ohio, New York and California, and the conflicts that led to A.A.’s adoption of “The Twelve Traditions.” Special attention in the play is given to the Third Tradition, “the only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking,” and the actors portray some of the first women, gays and lesbians, people of color, and even atheists in what is now a worldwide recovery movement and spiritual fellowship.

With 18 actors and crew members, the group is facing a tour budget that exceeds anything in their past.  

Your donation will go towards funding the following:

  • 6 nights of housing for the cast and crew at the Georgia State University dorms
  • Per Diem and Convention Registration for the cast and crew
  • Transporting the sets and costumes from San Francisco to Atlanta

Thank you for being a part of the good will that will help us get to Atlanta.  For more information on who we are and what we do, visit www.recoveryplaysofjackieb.org