As many of you know, CCT received about 2 feet of water in our building. We have worked very hard and have gotten the building gutted. We know that many of our CCT families are dealing with flooded houses, or helping family tend to their flooded houses. We know that everyone is putting their time and resources into recovery and we want to make sure you are able to do that. We have put a lot of thought into how to handle classes this semester. We have decided to postpone our production of Lion King. This week, we will be calling everyone to figure out the best way to return the money you have paid for production fees and August tuition. Please be patient as we get through all of our students. We want to make sure we do not mail checks to addresses where people are not currently living. We are working on plans for some sort of benefit performance this semester. If we can find a location to hold rehearsals and a performance, we will start on that soon so that we can give our kids some sort of normalcy this semester. We will definitely miss seeing each and every one of our students each week and we cannot wait to get back to our normal schedule in the spring. PLEASE let us know if there is anything we can do to help your families. We are praying for all of you daily and love you more than you know.
Central Community Theatre is organized exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes. The purpose of the corporation is to promote the arts in Baton Rouge, LA; develop talent in the community; provide opportunities for children and young adults to perform; to educate members of the community in theatrical arts; and other matters.