Thank you to our donors!

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We would like to thank the following people, as well as those anonymous donors, who gave to our Production Cost fundraising campaign:

Linda Buttimer
Rachel Cancellara
Howard Cott
Amy Flanagan

Meghan Jolliffe

Robyn Matzke
Meredith Moore

Karen Rivera
Anais Salibian
Pamela Slate-Schleicher 
Amberly  Soto
Virginia Stevens
Angela Swain

Michele Vospette Kraemer

There's still time to donate!

Sadly, fears of covid kept many people away from our ground-breaking production, including the kids that we had hoped would be in the audience. While this was a creative success, we failed to reach the optimistic goal we set for ourselves last spring when we thought the worst of covid would be behind us by now.

I am setting this very modest goal to help mitigate some of our losses. Please know that this is only the smallest fraction of the amount of money that was spent to create this production, just enough to cover a few remaining expenses that are outstanding.

Please enjoy the recordings from the show here. If you agree that this high-quality, professional show deserves to be funded, I hope you'll consider making a donation.

Thank you!

Lightning House Players is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Lightning House Players must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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The Glassblower's Daughter: Pre-Show Audio Description Files

Please listen to these pre-show audio files for The Glassblower's Daughter:

Pre-show Part 3_Glassblower's Daughter (Actors, Characters, & Costumes)
00:00 / 13:10
Pre-show Part 1_Glassblower's Daughter (Intro)
00:00 / 06:37
Pre-show Part 2_Glassblower's Daughter (Set)
00:00 / 02:11
Pre-show Part 4_Glassblower's Daughter (Wrap Up)
00:00 / 01:15

Check out The Glassblower's Daughter Program.

About the Show

In this timeless, and timely, musical fantasy, a teen grows empowered to free her father and save her community by discovering and mastering her father's secret to blowing magical glass bells. This original, two-act musical will inspire people of all ages by its story of a young woman who finds her voice and the courage to stand up to injustice in her community.

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Lightning House Players is thrilled to announce that we have received a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council to support our work on The Glassblower's Daughter!

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Quincy Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

This is a tremendous honor and helps to validate the hard work of the talented performers, production team members, and collaborators who have and are continuing to strive to bring new art into the world during very challenging times.

We are grateful and humbled by the confidence that our local Quincy Arts Council has placed in our team to create this exciting new theatrical production.

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