Support my Theatre - Strawdog Theater Company - 25 years!!!

Dear Friends, blog readers, weird stalkers (you know who you are)...

I am writing today to ask you to donate to Strawdog Theatre Company's annual appeal, $25,000 for our 25th Season.  As you know, I have been an ensemble member at Strawdog for over eight years and working here has helped me grow as an costume and makeup designer as well as a writer.
Like many arts organizations of our size, we have hit a few bumps in the road but we are determined to finish our 25th season with bang. And to do that we need your support.
Ticket sales only cover about one third of Strawdog's operating costs and we depend on individual donors to create shows at Strawdog with the high standards for design and world-building that our audience has come to expect.

Even though times are tight, we continue to produce top-notch theatre with our current show, Improbable Frequency, which the Chicago Tribune gave 3 stars and called “…a welcome blast of gooniness to kill the winter blahs.”    And that’s not all! Kill Shakespeare just opened in our cabaret space, Hugen Hall, which The Fourth Walsh called “a bloody clever twist on the classics.”

Strawdog Artistic Associate Matt Hawkins, director of The House Theatre’s Cyrano and Strawdog’s award-winning smash hit Red Noses returns (triumphantly) to our mainstage with Charles Mee’s poetic, madcap riff on love, violence and gender roles. Big Love promises to be big fun.

Please consider donating to our $25,000 for season 25 campaign. Any amount will be very appreciated and will help to guarantee our survival.
To donate please go to this page which can also be found on the Strawdog web site.

Or you can send a check the old-fashioned American way by sending a check to:
Strawdog Theatre Co. 3829 North Broadway, Chicago, IL 60613, Attn: Annual Appeal
I look forward to seeing you soon and thank you so much for considering a donation.
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