If you’re raising money for theater, read this . . .
TheaterMakers around the world have had a LOT to worry about over the last 18 months.
And when one worry passed, another one popped up. Am I right?
(You don’t have to answer that. Because I know I’m right . . . because I’m making theater right along with you. And I know how I’ve felt at times through all this!)
I’ve been tracking a lot of these worries and concerns over the pandemic. And one keeps coming up . . . especially now that shows are getting ready to go back to the rehearsal room.
It’s everyone’s favorite thing to do. You know, the reason why people got into the theater. To raise money. 😉
Because this keeps coming up in anxious emails and mentions in my Facebook group, I want to do something to help. If I can.
I’m digging into some research right now. And asking my Broadway peers what they are experiencing with their investors. (And of course, I’m raising money for my shows as well).
And I’ll have a report for you in a few weeks right here on this blog. (From what I’ve found out so far, it’s going to be pretty fascinating – with some surprises).
But since I’m asking a lot of people, I thought I’d also ask you . . . you who are raising money or thinking about raising money, for your show or for other people’s shows.
Is raising money in a post-covid theater world something you’re concerned about?
If you’ve got any concerns, questions, etc, click here. I’ve got a 10-second, one-question survey that will help me with my research.
Thanks for your participation, and your passion for doing what you do!
Click here to take the survey about raising money for the theater in 2021. And beyond.