The good news for 2007 is... KIT Newsletter is back!
we didn't disappear... we are just taking some time to
review our website and
newsletter... and now, here, for your eyes only, the
KIT newsletter and web-site, full of
juicy KIT events!
Have a HAPPY, SERENE, SMILING, AND HEALTHY
What is going on with KIT?
More features for KIT website, and a very busy KIT 2007 calendar.
KIT is refurbishing its web-site. We are adding
photos, articles, news and a complete Italian Native
KIT is also adding events and classes for the 2007
season: the very first KIT reading series,
Italian&Theatre classes for adults and children all
around Manhattan, and a big, big surprise for the end
Check KIT web-site's NEWS section for more
Italian&Theatre classes in Manhattan
2007 Italian&Theatre classes schedule. Teacher:
- Theatre and Italian. 4-5 year-old.
Thursdays 4-5 PM. Centro Raccontami (100
St., Suite #1, NY, Tel 212-620 3828);
- Italian&Theatre 7 to 12 year-old. Wednesdays
3:15-4:30 PM. Lo Spazio in Collina (135 East
Street, NY, Tel 212-427 7770);
- Italian&Theatre for Adults, any level. Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 PM. Lo Spazio in
(135 East 96th Street, NY, Tel 212-427 7770).
You can donate to KIT now!
Make tax deductible contribution to KIT-Kairos Italy Theater
Since December 2006, KIT's supporters could make
contribution to help KIT in bringing Italian Culture to
Here how you do...
DONATE BY CREDIT CARD
You can make your tax deductible contribution with
VISA or MasterCard at
http://www.thefield.org/ctaa.htm. Type in Laura
Caparrotti (artist) and Kairos Italy Theater (company
name) and please be sure to fill in all of the contact
info so that we can acknowledge your donation with
a proper thank you!
DONATE BY PERSONAL CHECK
Write a check to The Field, and put in the memo line
Laura Caparrotti/Kairos Italy Theater.
Then mail it to the following address:
KIT-Kairos Italy Theater
77 Bleecker Street Suite 1412
KIT-Kairos Italy Theater is sponsored by The Field, a
not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3) organization
serving the New York City performing arts community.
Contributions to artists through The Field are tax-
deductible to the extent allowed by law.
For more information about The Field contact:
161 Sixth Avenue,
New York, NY 10013,
Tel: (212) 691-6969,
fax: (212) 255-2053,
A copy of The Field's latest annual report may be
obtained, upon request, from The Field or from the
Office of the Attorney General, Charities Bureau, 120
Broadway, New York, NY 1027