Providing meals for Washington’s hungry children with Feed Washington
Over 400,000 children in Washington State go hungry every day. In an effort to help erase childhood hunger, Rory Martin has partnered with Feed Washington, a WA state charitable organization. We provide social media, web design, and marketing consultation to Feed Washington as part of our efforts to collectively make a difference in our community.
Feed Washington believe it is the responsibility of all non-hungry adults in Washington to help end childhood hunger in our state. Please join Rory Martin and Feed Washington’s incredible donors in helping put an end to childhood hunger.
Find out more about Feed Washington and help us feed the hungry children in Washington State.
On The Boards (OTB) A Contemporary Performing Arts
Rory Martin has performed as an actor and a musician in his past lives. Inspired by the arts he has become a donor to OTB and believes that without art we lose something special about what it means to be human.
On the Boards is a non-profit contemporary performing arts organization located in the lower Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. Founded by artists in 1978, our programming supports the development of artists and companies who are creating ground-breaking new work that would otherwise not be seen in Seattle.
We were among the first organizations in the country to present and premiere breakthrough performances by visionary, internationally recognized artists such as Laurie Anderson, Bill T. Jones, Spalding Gray, The Wooster Group, dumb type, Needcompany, Sankai Juku, Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker and many others.
Similarly, we have supported some of the first performances by talented regional artists like 33 Fainting Spells, Sarah Rudinoff, Maureen Whiting Company, Seattle Chamber Players, Allen Johnson, locust, and “Awesome,” all of whom have gone on to build a significant national following. As the first organization to present these and other emerging artists in the Northwest, OtB plays a vital role in the regional and national cultural ecology.
From 1978 to 1998, OtB presented programs in the historic Washington Hall in Seattle’s Central District. OtB moved into its current space in 1998 and now presents more than 40 shows over 100 performance nights each year in 2 theaters. Our 300-seat Merrill Wright Mainstage Theater and our intimate 84-seat Studio Theater are both equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
Visit their archive to see some of the artists who have performed in OtB’s recent history.
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