Fundraiser to Support the 2023 Season
Worlds Elsewhere Theatre Company is proud to announce that we will be coming out of hiatus for the 2023 Season! We have exciting plans, and lots to look forward to in the works, and we need your support.
WETC has always prided itself for being able to do two things: producing great art and raising money for important causes. It has long been of great importance to us to not just work with amazing actors, artists, and technicians, but to also pay them for their amazing work. As WETC does not have a physical theatre, our biggest expense for every show is just that: being able to pay the wonderful people we get to work with.
This fundraiser is specifically targeted at raising 80% of our projected budget for 2023, so that we can hit the ground running. More details about the planned budget and the planned season are below, but first, let’s talk about how you can help. This fundraiser is being done in tiers, and while every dollar helps, there are some fun rewards for the higher tiers.
If you are interested in making a larger donation, please contact us at email@example.com.
A survey will go out at the end of the fundraising period to collect mailing information and preferred credit names, as appropriate, and we anticipate having the physical rewards in the mail early next year. A small portion of the final total will go towards shipping fees.
We understand if you, like many people, are not in a position to offer your financial support at the moment; this is a difficult time. If that is the case and you would still like to support our mission, any of the following steps would be very welcome assistance:
- Subscribe to WETC’s YouTube Channel!
- Like our Facebook Page!
- Follow us on Twitter and Instagram!
- Sign up for our Newsletter!
WETC intends to produce four mainstage shows (including our Spring Shakespeare and our Summer Charity Stream), as well as two smaller productions, one of which will be the Fantasy Worlds Elsewhere one-shot. For every production, all members of the cast and crew will be paid a stipend, as well as a budget for original graphical art for promotional purposes, prop and costume purchases, and so-on.
Our goal for this fundraiser is to raise $20,000 USD, which is 80% of our projected budget for the upcoming season.
Unlike some fundraisers, this will not be an all-or-nothing project. Even if we do not meet our goal, we will continue with our first two shows as planned, and may have to make adjustments to the rest of the season outlined above. We will also be raising money through pre-show ticket sales, day-of-show donations and tips, and our Patreon and merchandise stores, which we hope to have open and ready to go early next year.
If you want to learn more about our story, you can check out our About page. A list of our previous productions, with programs and links to watch them On Demand can be found on Past Productions. And as always, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Are you an actor, technician, visual artist, or someone else who would be interested in working with us? Keep an eye on the Work With Us page and our social media for all the news for positions we’re looking to fill from auditions to volunteer staff. If you are a director with a specific project in mind, please contact us directly to discuss your proposal.