Become a Sponsor
Help us continue to bring Shakespeare's works to life!
Indiegogo video for this year's production, The Merchant of Venice
Individuals can become sponsors of our show by participating in our annual Spring Indiegogo campaign. Through the campaign you can opt to receive gifts from us, and you will be personally credited as a sponsor of The Merchant of Venice. See our Indiegogo page for details:
Ends April 17-18, depending on time zone.
If you would prefer to sponsor our show through a Korean bank transfer instead of through the Indiegogo site, that's fine. If it's during the Indiegogo campaign timeframe, you can opt to receive the same Indiegogo gifts. Our bank transfer details are here.
Send us an email to let us know that you've contributed, and whether you would like to receive the associated perks, and we'll add you to our list of donors.
Local businesses can become sponsors of our show in exchange for advertising in our show's printed program and through our website and social media.
Your sponsorship will begin as soon as you want, and will be valid for 12 months. We will promote your business online for the duration of the year, and your advertisement will be printed in the program of our mainstage show for that year. (Deadline for inclusion in The Merchant of Venice printed program: April 18, 2018.)
Why become a local business sponsor?
Reach new audiences through advertising in our printed programs and through our website and social media.
Publicly show your support for local theatre, building goodwill among potential customers in the community.
How sponsorship funds are used
Each performance that we give relies entirely on donations and ticket sales to pay for the many costs of mounting the show. The rental of our theatre during technical rehearsals and performances is by far the largest expense. We also need to pay for rehearsal space, costume materials, printing, set, props, advertising, photography, etc. Our cast and crew are made up entirely of talented artists volunteering their time, and all money raised goes directly into the costs of mounting the production.