STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — It was special night Thursday for the Sundog Theatre company, which held its annual gala, “The Sundog Soiree,” at the Staaten in West Brighton.
Honored for their countless good deeds for those in need, members of the South Shore Rotary Club were in attendance, and even performed for the close to 150 guests, led by well-known Staten Island music man, Al Lambert.
“Sundog provides theatrical and educational programs throughout Staten Island. Contributions and events such as our yearly fundraiser allow us to be able to provide these at reduced rates so more adults and children can experience the arts,” states Susan Fenley, Sundog’s executive director.
“People–especially children–are transformed for the better by participating in theatre, dance, music, and visual arts. And the South Shore Rotary is helping us continue to do that.”