Busted Ankle Bonifield On Hiatus

Theatre critic and advocate Alexandra Bonifield fell and broke an ankle in mid-July. She is scheduled for reconstructive surgery on 7/25 and will be out of commission while recuperating for some time. A few kind, articulate friends from the professional and academic arts community will  submit guest reviews for her while she is indisposed. If she does not respond to review requests now, she will resume writing at a future time.

Orthopedic Angst: Am I Dreaming This Nightmare?

Bonifield is in a difficult spot due to this injury. She can pay August’s rent, but after that she has no income to cover living expenses. Theatre friends under the guidance of regional actress Cindee Dobbs have established a relief fund account  in her name at Chase Bank. Any/all donations would be most appreciated.

To donate on-line to Bonifield’s account: Go to Alexandra Bonifield on PayPal. It’s pretty easy to follow.

If you’d rather send a check: make it out to: Alexandra Bonifield and send it c/o Cindee Dobbs at 5538 Merrimac Dallas TX 75206.

To get involved with the on-going Busted Ankle Relief Brigade ( stop by with a meal, help with dishes, move laundry from washer to dryer, bring some groceries by, talk theater) sign up here: https://www.lotsahelpinghands.com/c/644482/

Thanks in advance for any support you can offer.

And, please, please don’t “break a leg”…..

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2 thoughts on “Busted Ankle Bonifield On Hiatus

  1. I am so sorry to hear that you broke your ankle, Alexandra! Hope you get back on your feet soon. You are sorely missed. Sending all thoughts of well-being and healing.

    Matt

  2. Hey DFW Theatre Artists – Let’s give a helping hand to someone who has selflessly supported and celebrated DFWs artists and theatres! Good luck on your operation and rehab, Alexandra.

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