We couldn't do this show without the sponsors. We like to recognize the sponsors by mentioning them within the show, and by putting them in the program, but our next show will offer advertising space, if sponsors wish to put an actual ad for the public to see. The cost for ads in the program begins at $35, for an ad the size of a business card. If you aren't interested in advertising in the program, we could still use the help! Here are examples of how your donation gets put to good use:
What does my donation help with?
For $25, we can purchase supplies to create posters for each act, to be displayed on the stage.
For $50, we can purchase 500 postcards we can use to advertise the next show.
For $100, we can rent a piano, for a pianist to play live music during the show. This is a very important part of the Vaudeville feel of the show.
For $150, we can get a video tape of the show, to review for our own purposes to make the next show even better for you, and so we can distribute it to friends and family, so they can enjoy the show if they were out of town.
For $200, we can hire 1 crew member to help run the show, to make sure we enter and exit on time, and to make sure the curtain closes and opens when it is supposed to, to just name a few of the MANY duties of our crew.
There are many expenses that are involved with running a show, and we depend on our sponsors to help us rent all the proper equipement and hire all of the people to manage the show. We couldn't do it without the help of our sponsors!
Glitter ($5-$50 donation):
Michael and Martha Bowman
The Kostume Room
K Voice Studio
Footlights ($51-$100 donation):
John and Judi Pulver
Gay Men's Chorus
Lowell Arts & Lowell Arts Players
Old Rules Barbershop Quartet
Paul Arnold Design and Creative Services
Headliner ($101-$200 donation):
Ameriprise Financial - The Phelps Group
Showstopper ($201-$300 donation):
MRG Construction & Remodelling
Commercial Gaskets of West Michigan, Paul Nordquist, proprietor