THANK YOU to our Sponsors, Supporters & Advertisers!
"CATS' mission is to develop the potential of young people from diverse backgrounds through performing arts training and performance opportunities. CATS is devoted to training, enriching, and inspiring all youth by igniting within them an enduring passion for the arts."
Our 34th season is underway and we are grateful to the following Advertisers, Sponsors and Supporters of CATS! Please support these local businesses, foundations and individuals that help CATS offer you the finest in Performing Arts Education and outstanding Live Theatre productions in Texas!!
2012-2013 Donors & Supporters:
Since 1919, Tandy Leather has been providing leathercrafters with quality leather and leather craft supplies, leather craft tools, leather craft stamps, leather craft kits, leather craft dyes, leather belts, leather lace, cowhide rugs, conchos and more.
The Prengaman Family Foundation.
The Prengaman Family Foundation has a location in Arlington, TX. Active officers include R David Prengaman, Rae Lynn Prengaman Guest and Marilyn Prengaman. The Prengaman Family Foundation filed as a Domestic Nonprofit Corporation on Tuesday, November 25, 2008 in the state of Texas and is currently active. R David Prengaman serves as the registered agent for this organization.
Paul Knudsen, Portfolio Studio.
Located at 519 West Main Street, Arlington, TX 76010, Paul Knudsen is a veteran commercial photographer who specializes in creating images for publication. In his thirty years in the business he has produced many eye-catching photos that you may have seen in local newspapers, brochures and web sites. His familiar un-posed style is remarkable for its quality and freshness, and can often be spotted even before you see his by-line.
The Fort Worth Star was founded in 1906 and merged with the Fort Worth Telegram in 1909 to become the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. McClatchy acquired the newspaper in 2006 with its acquisition of Knight Ridder. The newspaper bears a rich and colorful legacy tied to the Old West. Its founding publisher, Amon G. Carter Sr., was a renowned booster of Fort Worth and West Texas.