Dad’s Garage – from Dan Triandiflou

You’ve probably given enough at this point, but I thought I let you know. Even a dollar to pork me would suffice…
So this year I became the Improvisation Director at Dad’s Garage Theatre Company. We are a small nonprofit theatre and I am fundraising for our annual event: Baconfest. I won’t bore you with all the statistics, but 35% of our income comes from folks just like you, so please consider donating in my name. Any contribution, as little as $5, is appreciated. All donations are tax deductible. There are online donation directions below.  I know it’s been a rough year and there a lot of worthy causes out there, but our aim is to get a lot of small donations from a lot of different people. More information is below.

Thank you ,

Dan Triandiflou

Donation Directions

You can either donate using the attached form or by clicking here. If you are donating through the website, please send an email to saying that the donation was in my name (Dan Triandiflou). We will send you a receipt.  But here’s some more info….

No amount is too small-we will put it all to good use. In fact here’s what we can do with:

$5: buy one stick of pine board to help build a set

$20: buys a five pound box of screws so we can build sets

-$50: provides all the production needs for our three-day World Domination TheatreSports Tournament

-$100: allow us to clean all the clothing we destroy during Samurai Davis Jr. and Dim Sum’s Super Mega Happy Fun Time Improv Show!

-$250: provides all the props for a Top Shelf show

-$500: hand-builds new puppets for our kids’ show Uncle Grampa’s Hoo-dilly Storytime

-$1,000: costumes everyone in a giant show like Cannibal! The Musical

Dad’s is dedicated to elevating the awareness of the arts through ensemble-driven comedy improvisation and original theatrical works. Founded in 1995, Dad’s has grown from a small volunteer led organization to a thriving mid-size theatre led by professional artistic and administrative staff, as well as over 300 volunteers and performers. We entertain more than 30,000 people a year at our two-theatre facility in Inman Park, at public events across the state and at improv festivals across the continent. While the average age of theatre patrons nationally is 47-55 years old, Dad’s Garage attracts a new generation of theatre patrons with the average age being 18-35 years. In addition to our outrageous original productions, Dad’s Garage produces improv 52 weeks, educates young improvisers in a year-round High School Outreach Program, and facilitates onsite classes and workshops for the general public.