Archives for: December 2008, 18
By Andy Propst on Dec 18, 2008 | In ATW News
Wow, what a year 2008 has been. As any regular readers of the site know, this has been a wonky one through and through – starting with the hack of the site back in May that virtually destroyed everything I'd worked 10 years on. Had some personal upheaval in September, which brought about a second 'service interuption' on ATW, but all in all, I think it's been a pretty good year of providing news about the theater in this country and beyond – 3 to 5 times a day. And I've got to say that the increase of news sources in the daily clippings is something of which I'm really proud.
I'm hoping that, for better or worse, you agree with me about this and that you continue to find AmericanTheaterWeb a unique and valuable theater news resource online, and that you might even consider clicking the PayPal link below to make a contribution toward the upkeep of the site.
This request is probably coming at the worst time of year, maybe in the worst time in the site's history, given the state of the economy. But sort of like that moment when there's the run on the Bailey Building and Loan in "It's a Wonderful Life" and Ellen Corby (she went on to play Grandma Walton) asks for just what she needs from George, that you'll understand and do what you can. You can use the handy button below to send a contribution securely through PayPal.
With deep gratitude for your understanding of this request,