The Huntsville Festival of the Arts and the Huntsville Rotary Club want to share an exciting opportunity regarding their annual Spring Community Musical. The 2023 production will be Beauty and the Beast. After three years of Covid related issues, we will finally be back on stage and we expect very strong interest from the community, along the lines of the 2019 production of Mamma Mia, which broke all previous sales records! As a program book advertiser, your message will be exposed to a wide audience, with over 2,300 ticket buyers projected over the seven shows, running March 24 to April 2
in Huntsville’s Algonquin Theatre.
Advertisers will receive bonus exposure this year as the program book will also be used for the Huntsville Festival of Music, running March 2-5, a major educational initiative of the Huntsville Festival. Modelled after the famed Kiwanis Music Festival it aims to “encourage artists of all age groups to know and love the arts and foster the values of self discipline, teamwork and excellence.” Hundreds are expected to participate and attend the classes.
Again this year’s program format will be 8 ½ x 11 book size. All ads will be in full colour. As a further bonus, ads one half page and larger also receive a pair of complimentary tickets for one of the performances, a $60 value. A follow up email regarding tickets will be sent to confirmed advertisers.
Many of you have already committed to advertise in our original outreach and will be contacted directly. For new advertisers, please review the attached form and scan/email it back to the address on the form. Proceeds will be shared by the two partner organizations and re-invested in our communities!
Questions can be forwarded to Dan at and completed forms should be sent to Johanne Stewart at
Thank you for your ongoing support and we hope to see you at the theatre!
Rob Saunders                                                         Dan Watson
Rotary Club of Huntsville                                    Executive Director
Huntsville Festival of the Arts
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