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IVT thanks community for support after production is canceled

SANDWICH – Indian Valley Theatre thanks community members for contributions and donations to its show, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” which was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

IVT is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation and development of the performing arts in the Fox Valley area.

“Snow White” was scheduled for live performances in March at the Sandwich Opera House. The show was postponed days before the performance dates and had to be canceled completely.

IVT thanks its show sponsors, including Ryan Sargis of Route 34 Pub & Grub; Heartland Bank; Jo Scheidt of Keller Williams Realty Infinity; Bill Walsh Automotive Group; Andrea Imel with Kettley Realtors; Maury Killey of The Print Shop; Advanced Roofing; Bob Honkala of Bud’s Citgo and Sandwich Freedom Hall; Ryan Salazar of Joseph-James Enterprises; Niccalini Santilli of Tiny N Tall Rescue; Michele Pfaff of Allstate Insurance and Total Life Health & Wellness; Michael Gould of G-Force Labels & Printing; Art Garza of Gonzo’s Rock & Roll Pizzeria; Jason Davis of Vinez Wine Bar; Jim Rud of Rud Custom Homes; and Jeannine Zamudio of The Pet Parlor.

IVT offers special thanks to WSPY radio and Kelly Gibbs of Indian Valley Vocational Center.

IVT is not able to perform live because of the pandemic. Virtual entertainment and social media activities are planned for the future.

For questions or information about IVT, email info@indianvalleytheatre.com, call IVT President Kathie Hart at 815-786-4878 or email IVT Publicity Director Sharon Pagoria at press@indianvalleytheatre.com.

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