Our firm commitment to pursuing our mission, keeping artists employed, and providing a place for the community to come together (even when remaining apart) has kept us active. However, we cannot maintain this even for the remainder of 2021 without public support.
We’ve lost over $12,000 alone simply in offering digital programming through readings, Jobsite Digital Shorts, and full streams of our plays; public appetite isn’t strong enough to cover even basic costs. However, we hear those of you loud and clear who appreciate these opportunities.
In producing both on the Riverwalk Stage and in the reconfigured-for-distance Jaeb, our costs to do the right thing the right way – keeping health and safety our top priority – means our costs have effectively doubled since moving from the Shimberg, while ticket sale averages are halved from what they were pre-pandemic.
Our current operating plan remains in place for the remainder of 2021, until we can be certain that we’re able to move back into the Shimberg in a safe and viable manner.
Because we can’t legally call it a “raffle”.
Each and every single donation (of any amount) equals one entry per drawing into our opportunity drawing. On Apr. 26, we’re holding hourly drawings.
Plus, all entries throughout the day will be entered into a grand drawing good for a VIP table for 4 plus a signed poster and other goodies left at your table for any remaining show in 2021 (Shockheaded Peter, Dr. Ride’s American Beach House, or Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.)