Photo by Todd Lechtick

 “On Pointe” at 50 and Beyond !


Former American Ballet Theatre Ballerina

Marie-France Lévesque

With Special Guest Artists

Miss Senior California & America 2012 & Opera Singer-Elizabeth Howard

Grammy Composer & world-renowned latin Piano Virtuoso Freddie Ravel

and Ensemble from Los Angeles Dance Company

(Photo by Todd Lechtick)
Legendary Star Jazz Singer Mr. Al Jarreau


Your sponsorship/donations are greatly needed to support the production of this inspiring and motivational performance.  We know you get many requests for sponsorships throughout the year and we are most grateful for your review of the enclosed information. We are pleased to offer you the opportunity to sponsor “ On Pointe” at 50 and beyond!  performance at the level you and/or your company wish to, and provide you and/or your company with distinguished benefits, recognition tailored to your needs and marketing objectives. See attached sheet describing the different levels of sponsorship.

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Dear prospective Sponsor,

We are thrilled to present  “On Pointe” at 50, and beyond !  production to you and your organization. Former American Ballet Theatre Ballerina, Marie-France Lévesque , is back on pointe and on stage with other exciting guest artists at the beautiful Scherr Forum Theater of the Thousand Oaks Civic Plaza, November 2nd, 2013. Additional performances in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Pasadena and Orange County are scheduled as well.

About to turn 50 in 2013, Marie-France Lévesque returns to the stage and on pointe after a bad car accident stopped her dance career 14 years ago. This inspiring and motivational ballet, contemporary & variety performance is sure to surprise, delight and empower people of all ages to re-invent their lives & careers, overcome adversity and pursue their dreams and passions even after 50.

At a time when millions of older Americans are seeking to reinvent and recover from one of the worst economic times in our country’s history, this production will bring the fervently needed desire to inspire, uplift and motivate our local and global audiences to renew, revive and rebuild themselves with passion once again. That is why your donation would help sustain this inspirational work.

This production is presented under the fiscal sponsorship of Los Angeles Choreographers & Dancers, a non-profit (501-C3 on file) founded in 1979. (More information about LA Choreographers and Dancers can be found at www.

Your donation is tax–deductible through L.A. Choreographers & Dancer’s non-profit 501 (c)(3) status Federal Tax Identification #95-3509028. Please contact your professional tax advisor regarding the percentage of tax deduction applicable which you are entitled with your donation.

Thank you again for your kind consideration and we look forward to working with you on a sponsorship proposal. An early reply would be appreciated as we are already designing our print layouts.

We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions. You can contact us at 818-627-9083 or