Donation Status

The US government has committed $3,000,000 to the Katy Grand Theatre construction. However it is conditional: NFAF must raise $400,000 by July 2017 to receive federal assistance.

We are seeking donors, sponsors, and even a "Naming Rights" sponsor, who in addition to supporting a great cause, will benefit from tax deductions and marketing that has the potential to reach an estimated 64,800 attendees each year.

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Project Progression

Independent feasibility study conducted
NFAF Financial Projections developed
Independent CPA analysis and approval completed
Preliminary architectural drawings completed
USDA Community Facility Program application submitted and APPROVED
NFAF Website developed
Capital Campaign in progress

Production History

"Give My Regards to Broadway" Celebration Concert 2016

This celebration of Broadway featured an 85 person community choir and several local soloists highlighting the incredible rising stars from Katy TX. This moving performance advanced the goals of the NFAF organization as it brought a broad audience of our community together in support of the performing arts and resulted in $100,000 pledge of support for the Katy Grand Theatre Project.

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"Puttin on the Ritz" Gala and Fundraiser 2016

Held at the beautiful Briscoe Manor, the Puttin' on the Ritz Gala was a BLACK TIE affair and a night to remember. With over 150 attendees from the business community including Katy Magazine. The event ended with a showstopper musical performance by Rhythm and Blues Foundation Pioneer Award winner BARBARA LYNN where the business community and the fine arts community came together on the dance floor symbolizing their joint effort to build the Katy Grand Theatre and give the performing arts in Katy a home.

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Choral Concert Fundraiser 2013

The NFAF Katy Grand Theatre fundraising concert raised $12,000 in a single night. 'The Best of Broadway' performance utilized talented community members as well as the NFAF Katy Youth Choirs as performers in the show. The event received superior audience reviews and succeeded in its goal of inspiring interest in the community for building a performance center in Katy, Texas.

First Performance 2012

The Katy Grand Theatre's production of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" performed four SOLD OUT performances (300 seats) and was advertised solely by word-of-mouth. The excellent reviewed production was performed by local community actors and the NFAF Katy Youth Choir.