Theatre 29 is welcoming a world-class Simi Dabah art piece being installed at the Theater building in Twentynine Palms with a special fund-raiser. Reporter Taylor Thacker says you can put your name, your business, or a loved one on a legacy brick in the new “Serenity Patio”…
Theatre 29 has big plans for their new Serenity Patio currently being constructed. This area will include a giant sculpture—said to be reminiscent of the iconic “Comedy and Drama” masks—and a beautiful garden and seating area. Theatre-goers will be able to enjoy the peaceful seating area before, after, and during intermission of productions at the theater. The sculpture is being built a world-renowned artist Simi Dabah, whose studio is based in Joshua Tree. The sculpture will be on a large concrete pedestal and the area around it will be paved with “legacy bricks.” These bricks—custom engraved for the donor—can be sponsored by volunteers, community members and businesses who wish to leave a mark on this community treasure. There are two sizes: 4×8 for an $85 donation, or 8×8 for $150. The funds raised will be used to retire the theater’s debt on the new electronic sign recently erected on Adobe Road. Theatre 29 invites you to “Be a Part of the Arts.” For more information, call 760-366-8471.

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