We have some big goals for 2019 and we need your help! Unlike any other year in our history, we will present Nourishment (Why Believe) at least twice in the same year. We are currently fundraising to bring our latest show to NYC this fall 2019!
Please visit our page at The Field to make a tax-deductible donation:
(Gwendolyn Gussman/Gwendolyn & Guests) is a sponsored artist with The Performance Zone Inc. (dba The Field), a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization serving the performing arts community. Contributions to The Field earmarked for (You/Your Company) are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. For more information about The Field contact: The Field, 75 Maiden Lane, Suite 906 New York, NY 10038, phone: 212-691-6969 or for our national charities registration. A copy of our latest financial report may be obtained from The Field or from the Office of Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.
Thank you to all of our generous donors and partners who have supported Nourishment (Why Believe) so far including:
MOVE!, Tender Belly, Laws Whiskey House, Infinite Monkey Theorem, Kohn Family Corporation, Annette Taylor, Virginia & Joe Gussman, The Hatch Family, The Bost Family, Kelly Insurance Agency, Hugh Taylor, Pam Miller & Jeff Cramer, Joe & Sue Gonzales, Kathleen Kennedy, Monica Sparks, Jeffrey Kaminsky, Salesforce, Lorraine & David Poor, Stearns Poor, Doug Carrel, Laurel Shoemaker, Christiane Maclay, Nancy Kipnis, Kenneth Weaver, Patricia Peterson, Elaine & John Covert, Nora Lowery, Patty Emmons, Ann Feely, Ann Shaw, Harris & LaVonne Poor, and Susan Rutherford.
A huge thank you to all those who contributed to help us bring our latest May 2018 Denver Nourishment to life:
Kohn Family Corporation, Dikeou Collection, Virginia and Joe Gussman, Vi Kelly and Drew Regitz, Annette Taylor, Jeffrey Kaminsky/Salesforce, Patrick Mooney, Randal Kelly, Melissa Oster, Lambros Chrones, Dina Mansour, Maureen Doran, Hugh Taylor and Elizabeth Bernick, Aspasia Chrones, David and Lorraine Poor, Christiane Maclay, Monica Sparks, Susan Rutherford, Pam Miller and Jeff Cramer, Patricia Emmons, Nancy and Jeff Kipnis, Ted Schultz, Genevieve Dubuc, Stearns Poor, Maria O'Donnell, Marilyn Brookhart, and Harris and LaVonne Poor.
Enormous thank you to Annette Taylor for contributing her home and letting us transform it for the Denver May 2018 production and to Emily Jacobs for all of her help in being part of our extended Nourishment team on the Denver show. A huge thanks to Chef Jay Shedlin for joining our team, bringing his passion, culinary creativity, expertise, and positive attitude to this production.
Shout out to St. Johns Cathedral, Oliver's Meat Market and City Bakery, we thank you!
Thank you to Jade Peterson for her incredible photography throughout the rehearsal and performance period as well as videographers Anna and Luke from Grassy Road Studio.
Special thanks to our partners Stephanie Duffy of TenderBelly and Ben Parsons of Infinite Monkey Theorem.
Learn more about TenderBelly and Infinite Monkey Theorem below:
Huge thank you to all donors, attendees and friends and family who supported our latest Nourishment show, 'what does it feel like to grow up?' at Planta Baja September 21-23, 2017. Because of all of your support, we sold out all three performances and reached our fundraising goal of $10,000!
Thank you to the following donors for your support for our Brooklyn premiere:
Kohn Family Corporation, Annette Taylor, Carolyn Krulee, Ginny and Joe Gussman, Viola Kwong Kelly and Drew Regitz, Eileen McGrath and Mark Needham, Hilary and Peter Hatch, Randy Kelly, Nacole Snoep, Sylvia Chin, Hugh Taylor and Elizabeth Bernick, Nancy and Jeff Kipnis, Jean Driscoll, Margaret Krulee, Kathleen and Jim Kennedy, Lorraine and David Poor, Maureen Doran, Stearns Poor, Susan and Philip Rutherford, Jeff Kaminsky, Monica Sparks, Laurel Shoemaker, Mary Ellen Caiati and Dan Jacobs, Mary Egleston, William T. Brazelton, Joy and Phil Gussman, Patrick Mooney, Claire Levy, Brenda Stewart, Elizabeth Moreau, Marilyn and Clint Brookhart, Harris and LaVonne Poor, Brian Sommer, Steve Pang Acupuncture, Cherrie Laygo, Ann Feely, Heidi Latsky Dance, Emily Poor, William A. Gifford, Jr., Arthur and Florence Hurter, Stine Levy, Cristin and Michael McDaniel, Patricia Hugh, Stella Kwong, Mary W. Schuette, Travis Croxton at Rappahannock Oyster Co., Najeeb Chouaf at Columbia Cheese, Josh Green at Wine and Spirits Magazine, Greg Swartz at Willow Wisp Organic Farm, Stephen Bitterolf at Vom Boden.
Thank you to St. Ann's Warehouse, Prema Yoga Brooklyn, and Planta Baja.
Thank you to Jeffrey Lee of On the Spot Image for the performance photography. Thank you to David Gonsier for the rehearsal photography and portraits of 'what does it feel like to grow up'. Thank you Shantel Prado for the video footage for 'what does it feel like to grow up'.