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Kimberly-Clark Corporation has been an integral supporter of Dallas Theater Center for almost 20 years. This season, Kimberly-Clark continues its support as Executive Producing Partner of Driving Miss Daisy. (And if you came to The Rocky Horror Show, you might have seen mounds of toilet paper used in filling prop bags--these were generously donated by Kimberly-Clark!)
Drew Alexandrou, Associate General Counsel for Kimberly-Clark Corporation, is in his second year as a member of DTC's Board of Trustees. We recently asked Drew to tell us about his and the company's involvement with the Theater and its role in the Dallas community.
Drew, what made you decide to become a DTC Board member and how has your experience been thus far?
As a long-time DTC subscriber and Dallas resident, I wanted to be a part of an organization that is committed to growing the arts in Dallas. My experience so far has exceeded my expectations as I have gotten to see firsthand a dynamic theater group committed not only to putting on high quality theatrical performances but also to expanding its community outreach.
What about Driving Miss Daisy attracted the support of Kimberly-Clark Corporation?
Kimberly-Clark is all about supporting families. Driving Miss Daisy is a great play that the whole family can enjoy together.
Kimberly-Clark Corporation connects to the Dallas community through more than its products. What other organizations does the company support?
We are active supporters of several worthwhile organizations that help women, children and families, including the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, the Family Place, the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Society, and the Dallas Women’s Foundation, to name a few.
► Tickets to Driving Miss Daisy are available now for as little as $18!