Jobsite Rocks!

7:00 pm

Sat., Dec. 3, 2022

New World Brewery

Since the theaters were first shut down in March of 2020, we’ve lost over $750,000 in revenue. At the same time, costs to produce live theater have risen astronomically at every level of operation — set and costume materials, COVID mitigation — and audiences are currently only back to about 34% of pre-pandemic levels.  All of this combined means we’ve not been able to break even on expenses through the box office, burning through our reserves and emergency funding we received.

Tue., Nov. 29 is #GivingTuesday, a world-wide day of online giving, and that weekend, Sat., Dec. 3, we will bring back our signature Jobsite Rocks! event for the first time since 2019. We hope that fans will participate in one or both events that week, and share our story with your friends and associates.

As of July 13, we are only 47% to our 2022 Annual Campaign goal of $100,000. Between #GivingTuesday and Jobsite Rocks!, we hope to close this gap out. All funds raised provide security going into 2023 and beyond, helping us not only bridge the gap at the box office but allowing us to guarantee artist salaries and hopefully take more qualified risks in our programming moving ahead.

Can we count on you? Every $1 counts.

Join Us!

Two ways to show your love!

We will have two ticket options available for this year’s event: one that gives folks access to the full evening, and the second which just gets you entry to the show.

Rock Stars get free access to the entire event as part of their package.
 
Watch this space for more information on the different tickets and when they will become available!

Opportunity Drawing

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.)

4 Responses

  1. I don’t think Jobsite really cares that much about it’s donors. As a Rockstar subscriber, even donating one ticket back to the organization, I haven’t received much “love” back. No shirts, no hoodies, no special events, etc. Reaching out to volunteer or help doesn’t get me anywhere. I am still giving and subscribing, but something will need to give soon. There are other worthy causes around.l

    1. We reached out over email, Don, and hope that we made this right. We appreciate your many years of support.

  2. We reached out over email, Don, and hope that we made this right. We appreciate your many years of support.

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