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A note from Annabeth Gish
The X-Files is back on the air once again investigating paranormal phenomenon and I could not be more excited to be back as Special Agent Monica Reyes! Now, in honor of our new season, I want you to join me on March 3rd and some of my fellow cast mates at X-Fest, celebrating 25 years of this incredible, influential show!
We’ll fly you and a guest out to the convention and cover your hotel. You’ll get a pair of platinum tickets to X-Fest, and we’ll hang out and grab lunch in the green room. Then you’ll join me on stage with Kid Cadet during my panel. It’s gonna be out of this world!
All it takes is a $10 minimum donation to enter to win. Your donation will support The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company, an amazing organization that I sit on the Advisory Council of that provides arts education to underserved youth. If you want to donate more, you’ll earn more entries to win, plus cool rewards! It’s my way of saying thank you for helping these kids.
The truth is out there… And I can’t wait to share it with you!
About The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company
The mission of The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company is to mentor, educate, and enrich underserved youth through the creation of collaborative, original theatre.
The Unusual Suspects Theatre Company has been transforming communities for over two decades. Our theatre-arts programs are designed to empower incarcerated youth and students at underserved public schools with lifelong skills that can open doors to new possibilities. The benefits of our programs go beyond the reach of a typical arts education workshop to help kids discover their own power to write new storylines for their lives.
Your donation will help The Unusual Suspects provide under-served youth with access to enriching arts education — regardless of income, race, gender, ability or disability. In public schools and juvenile detention centers, our playwriting and performance workshops offer a physically and emotionally safe space where kids are encouraged to discover their creative voice, develop self-respect, and explore non-violent solutions to conflict to help prepare them for successful engagement in education, work and their community.