Sponsor an actor. Each actor gets paid for the run of a show. Become an actor sponsor by donating $200?to hire an actor – you can even choose which actor and production you’d like to sponsor. You’ll get a thank you note from that actor and all the benefits mentioned above in the Actor’s Circle.
Sponsor a set. The cost of building a set varies from production to production, but usually clocks in at about $500. Become a set sponsor by choosing an upcoming production you would like to be responsible for, and donate $500 to cover the costs. Get a prominent thank you in the playbill, along with the benefits mentioned above for that level.
Sponsor a script. Every play chosen belongs to someone, who is paid for the rights to produce it. Most plays cost us about $975 in royalties for a 4-week run. (Musicals can cost anywhere from $3000-4000, by the way.) Become a script sponsor by choosing an upcoming production you would like to help produce and donate $975 to cover the royalties. Get your name/ad placed prominently in the playbill and on the poster as a show sponsor, along with the benefits named above for that level.
Sponsor a show. Feeling really generous? The entire production budget for each show, including honorariums for actors, technicians and designers, building the sets, costumes, props, and printing the playbills is about $2500. Be a show sponsor and get your name/ad prominently in the playbill, on the poster, tickets to opening night, along with the benefits mentioned above for that level.
Redwood Curtain is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. All donations to Redwood Curtain are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.