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  • Title: Racine WI | Community Theater | Plays | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: .. Racine Theatre Guild.. Offering a variety of theatre entertainment choices throughout the year.. 2519 Northwestern Avenue.. Racine.. Wisconsin.. 53404.. (262) 633-4218.. beth@racinetheatre.. org.. Home.. About Us.. Our History.. Our Facility.. Our Mission.. Photo Gallery.. Current Season.. Shows, Trips Events.. Package/Group Sales.. Calendar.. Be a part of it.. Auditions.. Volunteering.. Support Us.. Playbill Advertising.. Sponsorship Info.. Donations.. Endowments.. Education.. Classes.. School Programs.. Contact Us.. Join Our Email List.. Auditions for the balance of the 2013-14 season:.. The Miracle Worker.. - Jan.. 13 14 at 7 p.. m.. Les Miserables.. - Feb.. 1-3 (by appointment).. For details, go to ".. Be a Part of it/Auditions.. ".. RTG Staging Quirky, Romantic Comedy.. “Almost, Maine”.. To bring warmth to the cold month of January, the Racine Theatre Guild is performing “Almost, Maine,” a romantic comedy by John Cariani.. This collection of vignettes filled with laughter, wonder, heartache and hope plays January 17 through February 2 at the Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 Northwestern Avenue (Highway 38) in Racine.. On a cold, clear Friday night, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine.. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents, normally very grounded people, find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways.. The mysteries of the human heart are explored in eight scenes, each climaxing in one magical moment.. Love is lost, found and confounded.. Hearts are bruised and broken, but they mend—almost—in this midwinter night’s  ...   2002-2007.. The Racine Theatre Guild cast features Jamie Johnson, Rebecca Kishline, Ashley Mulder, Davidson Kane, Mike Kishline and Eric Sipe.. Each actor plays multiple roles.. Kate Kowbel is directing “Almost, Maine” for the Guild.. The scenic designer is Steve Barnes.. Jamie Johnson heads the volunteer crew as production stage manager, with Brian Schalk calling the show as stage manager.. Sponsored by Wisconsin Public Radio, performances take place over three weekends, from January 17 through February 2.. On each weekend there are shows at 7:30 p.. on Friday and Saturday, and at 2 p.. on Sunday.. In addition, there are Saturday matinees at 2 p.. on January 25 (followed by a free talkback with cast and crew) and at 4 p.. on February 1.. There are 7 p.. shows on Sunday, January 26, and Thursday, January 30.. Ticket prices at 7 p.. shows are $13 for adults, $11 for seniors (62 and older), and $8 for students (21 and younger).. At all other times, tickets cost $17 for adults, $15 for seniors, and $12 for students.. Discounts are offered to groups of 12 or more.. The Racine Theatre Guild is a nonprofit community (volunteer-based) theatre now in its 76.. th.. season.. The box office is open from 12 to 6 p.. on weekdays and from 90 minutes prior to each curtain time through intermission.. For reservations or further information, call 262-633-4218.. Tickets may be ordered online at.. www.. racinetheatre.. ; however, discounts and coupons cannot be applied to online orders..

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  • Title: Racine Theatre Guild | History | About Us | Racine WI | Community Theater
    Descriptive info: History of the Children s Theatre.. Generations of area children have had their first thrilling contact with live theatre through the Packy Plays, as they are commonly known, referring to the RCTs mascot.. Packy, the elephant child first appeared in 1947 to instruct children in theatre courtesy.. Except for the 1950-51 season, when he was briefly replaced by a penguin, Packy and the RCT have been inseparable ever since.. Year after year, youngsters eagerly anticipate his on-stage introductions to each performance.. In the beginning, the Racine Children s Theatre was established by the Woman s Club in collaboration with AAUW, the Library Board, the Child Conservation League, the Junior League, and the drama departments of Horlick and Washington Park High Schools.. All performances for the first eight seasons took place at the Woman s Club.. The slate for the initial 1933-34 season was Snow White, Afternoon of Morgin, The Silver Thread (marionettes), The Dragon and Puss in Boots (movie).. There were two performances of each production.. The price for the five-part series was $.. 50, or 15 cents for a single admission.. History of the Racine Theatre Guild.. 1938 -.. The Racine Theatre Guild is founded by 26 people and $13.. 1939 -.. The Guild has 100 members, presenting 3 full-length dramas each season at the Woman s Club.. 1942 -.. RTG presents seasons of 5 plays at the Main Street Theatre.. Because movies are shown in the theatre on weekends, plays are performed on Monday through Thursday nights.. Dress rehearsals begin the week before, running from 11 p.. , after the movies, to about 4:30 am.. 1956 -.. With the purchase of a building at High and Erie Streets, RTG becomes the first community theatre in Wisconsin to own its own building.. 1961 -.. A professional director is hired to direct some of the plays.. 1965 -.. Anita Grannis is hired as full-time  ...   returns to Racine.. 1994 -.. RTG hosts a judged, competitive international theatre festival with productions from 11 countries and receives the State of Wisconsin Governor s Award in Support of the Arts.. 1999 -.. RTG participates in an international competition in Yakumo Village, Japan, and wins directing and acting awards for Androcles and the Lion.. RTG merges with the Racine Children s Theatre (RCT) and assumes its management, presenting 4 children s plays annually.. 2001 -.. Norman McPhee retires after 32 years at RTG s helm.. Douglas Instenes becomes managing and artistic director.. Harbor Fest initiates Jean s Jazz Series of concerts held at and benefiting the Guild.. 2003 -.. Jr.. Production Company becomes Student Performing Arts Kompany (SPArK), a touring troupe of teen actors performing issue-oriented plays for elementary schools.. 2004 -.. Lobby, offices and auditorium with all new seating are completely remodeled.. A three-year capital campaign (2000-2003) has also created an endowment and funded replacement of roof, HVAC, exterior building surface and sound system.. RTG begins offering theatre trips to New York and Chicago.. 2005 -.. Visiting Mr.. Green cast and crew, under Norm McPhee s direction, travel to Ireland for Dundalk International Maytime Festival.. Comedy Tonight series begins with 2 performances, goes to 3 the next year and to 4 the year following.. 2007-2008 -.. RCT celebrates its 75th season with a summer play and birthday party for Packy, the Elephant mascot.. RTG celebrates 70 seasons with historic displays, giveaways and promotions.. 2011 -.. RTG greatly expands its education program, offering three terms (fall, winter and summer) of theatre classes for adults and kids.. 2012-2013 -.. RTG celebrates its diamond jubilee-season 75- with a float in Racine s 4th of July parade, a fall party for supporters, giveaways and more.. Racine Children s Theatre presents its 80th season of plays and musicals.. Racine Theatre Guild Newsletter.. Download Current Newsletter*.. Constant Contact..

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  • Title: Our Facility | About Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: About Our Facility.. Following years of planning, fund raising and finally construction, the Racine Theatre Guild moved to its current location at 2519 Northwestern Avenue (Highway 38) in October 1976.. While the RTG owns its building, it s located on land owned by the City of Racine in the Charles A.. Wustum Memorial Park, beside the Wustum campus of the Racine Art Museum.. Thanks to donors who contributed during a three-year capital campaign (2000-2003), the facility has recently been improved and transformed.. These are some of the physical features of the Racine Theatre Guild:.. Plentiful free parking in large asphalt lot adjacent to building.. Paved ramp in front of building  ...   portable seating (no stairs).. Handrails in each aisle from 10th row (row K) down to 1st row (row A).. Hearing-enhancement system available at no charge from concession stand.. Lower level houses: dressing rooms, storage (props, wardrobe, furniture), production.. office, green room/classroom, costume shop, kitchenette.. Fully equipped scene shop at back of building.. For technical information contact the theatre.. Tours are available on request.. Map of Auditorium.. Hold Your Next Party or Meeting at Racine Theatre Guild.. The Racine Theatre Guild is the perfect place to hold your next party or meeting.. Please contact Beth Jurgaitis for more information.. Beth can be reached at the Theatre Guild, 262.. 633.. 1250 or..

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  • Title: Our Mission | About Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: The mission of the Racine Theatre Guild, Inc.. is to engage in the theatre arts pursuing activities and productions of high standards and artistic integrity that will enrich and ensure a better quality of life for the residents of Racine and southeastern Wisconsin by providing educational, cultural, avocational, recreational, and entertainment opportunities.. About the Racine Theatre Guild.. The Racine Theatre Guild, a volunteer-based community theatre, was founded in 1938 by 26 people with $13, and has grown into an organization that provides a variety of live entertainment and educational opportunities for all ages.. Through the efforts of hundreds of dedicated volunteers led by a small professional staff, RTG annually offers a season of eight main-stage plays and musicals, Racine Children s Theatre, Jean s Jazz Series, Comedy Tonight,  ...   at an event celebrating the start of the 75.. consecutive season:.. The Racine Theatre Guild reaches an international audience, having toured to festivals in Austria, England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Republic of Georgia, Ireland and Japan.. The RTG hosted a troupe from Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia in 1989, and a competitive international theatre festival involving 11 countries in 1994.. The RTG received the State of Wisconsin Governor s Award in Support of the Arts in 1994.. In 1956, the RTG became the first community theatre in Wisconsin to own its building, then raised funds to construct the Northwestern Avenue facility in 1976, and renovated it in 2004.. Today it remains among the premier community theatres in Wisconsin, with seating for nearly 400 and state-of-the-art lighting, sound and production elements..

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  • Title: Photo Gallery | About Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Click on the titles below to view photos from that production.. 2013-14 Photo Gallery.. Rocky Horror Show.. Suite Surrender.. Beauty and the Beast.. Beauty behind the scenes.. 2012-13 Photo Gallery.. Noises Off.. A Nice Family Gathering.. Elvis Has Left The Building.. Roald Dahl s Willy Wonka.. Little Red Riding Hoodie.. A Night At The Nutcracker.. Rock N Roll Mole.. Be My Baby.. The Frog Prince.. The Three Musketeers.. A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum..

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  • Title: Package Group/Sales | Current Season | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Download our 2013-14 Season brochure.. 2013-14 Season brochure*.. *You must have an Acrobat Reader to view the Acrobat files.. If you don t already have Adobe Acrobat, you can.. download the Acrobat Reader Free.. Back to Top.. To purchase tickets online, see.. or go to.. Click.. buy tickets.. next to selected production.. ***Please note ***.. Coupons and discounts cannot be applied to online purchases.. Season tickets cannot be ordered online.. We apologize for any inconvenience.. Please contact the box office 262-633-4218, or stop by any weekday from 12 to 6 p.. Season Ticket Holders.. Why buy a SEASON TICKET?.. It’s like getting.. 1 show free.. Add limited-run productions to your order and get our.. $6 off per ticket.. You can.. exchange tickets from 1 production to another.. If there’s a regular-season play or 2 or 3 you’d rather skip, exchange for a limited-run show or 2 or all 3.. Get discounts.. on every ticket purchased for an RTG play or musical and other selected events.. You.. do not pay to exchange.. (except when going from a bargain night to a higher-priced performance).. Simply call the box office prior to the performance time on your ticket.. NEW! Subscribers will be our honored guests  ...   , at a performance of your choice.. Pay 1 low price.. for.. all of the perks above and, best of all,.. 5 fabulous shows:.. Suite Surrender; Deathtrap; Almost, Maine; 37 Postcards; Les Miserables.. Flex Passes.. Are vouchers good for tickets to RTG plays and musicals.. Come in packs of 5 ($70), 6 ($84), 7 ($98) and 8 ($112).. Save you up to $5 per admission.. Have no restrictions on when they’re used, who uses them, or how many are redeemed per show.. Entitle you to further subscriber discounts and benefits.. Allow flexibility and spontaneity—no commitment months, weeks or even days in advance.. here.. for a map of the Auditorium.. Group Tickets.. You may call the box office (262-633-4218) to place a group order for the 2013-14 season; however, seat assignments cannot yet be made.. Group prices will be slightly different.. 2013-2014 Group Ticket Prices.. Prices based on availability.. RTG reserves the right to limit group orders.. Senior = 62+.. Student = 21 under.. 12-19 People.. 20-49 People.. 50-99 People.. 100-199 People.. 200+ People.. Thurs Sun 7:00.. Play.. Musical.. Play.. adult.. $11.. 75.. $13.. 50.. $10.. $12.. 00.. $9.. 25.. $7.. senior.. $8.. $6.. student.. $5.. $4.. All other times.. $15.. $17.. $14..

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  • Title: Auditions | Be A Part Of It | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Auditions Jan.. 6 7 for Quirky Comedy.. “37 Postcards”.. RACINE, WI—December 13, 2013—Auditions are being held on January 6 and 7 at the Racine Theatre Guild for “37 Postcards,” an offbeat and moving comedy, playing February 28-March 16.. The Racine Theatre Guild is a nonprofit community theatre located at 2519 Northwestern Avenue (Highway 38) in Racine.. In “37 Postcards,” by Michael McKeever, Avery Sutton returns to his well-to-do parents’ home after years of traveling abroad to find almost nothing is the same.. For starters, the house is tilted at a distinct angle, the dog hasn’t been fed in five years, Avery’s aunt is running a phone-sex operation out of the kitchen, and, despite rumors to the contrary, 97-year-old, foul-mouthed Nana is still alive and kicking.. It all goes to show that you can indeed go home again, but you never know what you’ll find.. “37 Postcards” has roles for six adults.. The male characters are Avery, who should appear to be in his early 30s, and Avery’s father, who can be 50s to 60s.. The female characters—Avery’s girlfriend, mother, aunt and grandmother—are of various ages, 20s and older.. All roles are open.. Doug Instenes is directing.. Anyone interested in auditioning should simply come to the lobby of the Racine Theatre Guild at 7 p.. on either Monday, January 6, or Tuesday, January 7.. Appointments are not being taken.. Auditions consist of cold readings from the script.. Scripts are available in advance and may be checked out of the box office with payment of a refundable deposit.. In addition to actors, production crew volunteers are needed.. For further information, call the box office at 262-633-4218.. or visit the RTG any weekday between noon and 6 p.. Auditions for “The Miracle Worker” Jan.. 13 14.. RACINE, WI—December 17, 2013—Auditions are being held on January 13 and 14 at the Racine Theatre Guild for “The Miracle Worker,” a drama by William Gibson, based on Helen Keller’s early life.. The play has performances on two weekends and four weekdays, April 4-15.. Central to this true and inspirational story is the volatile relationship between lonely teacher Annie Sullivan and her blind, deaf and mute student, Helen  ...   Monday, January 13, or Tuesday, January 14.. For further information, call the box office at 262-633-4218, go to the website (.. ), or visit the RTG any weekday between noon and 6 p.. Auditions Feb.. 1-3 by Appointment.. for “Les Miserables”.. RACINE, WI—December 30, 2013—The Racine Theatre Guild, 2519 Northwestern Ave.. (Highway 38), is scheduling auditions by appointment on February 1, 2 and 3 for the musical “Les Miserables,” to be performed on three weekends, from May 16 to June 1.. Created by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg, based on the novel by Victor Hugo set in 19.. -century France, this is the story of convict Jean Valjean’s quest for redemption.. After serving 19 years in jail for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his sister’s starving child, in order to start his life anew, Valjean breaks parole, and thereby initiates a relentless pursuit by police inspector Javert.. Valjean becomes a successful factory owner and assumes guardianship of a small girl, Cosette, upon the death of her mother, Fantine, who had been his employee.. Years later, when a group of young idealists make their last stand at a street barricade, all of the characters become embroiled in the rebellion.. The story is told almost entirely through song.. There are many roles for men, women and children singers.. Those auditioning must come with sheet music, prepared to sing a song of their choosing.. An accompanist will be provided.. Tape recordings and acapella singing are not permitted.. Auditions take place at the Racine Theatre Guild and are being booked into specific time slots.. Appointments for children only, ages 10-15, will be scheduled (15 per hour) from 10 a.. through 2 p.. on Saturday, February 1.. Auditions for adults (16 and older) will be held on Sunday, February 2, hourly from 5:30 through 8:30 p.. , and on Monday, February 3, from 6:30 through 9:30 p.. For more information and to make an appointment, call 262-633-4218, or stop by any weekday from noon to 6 p.. The Racine Theatre Guild is a nonprofit community (amateur) theatre now in its 76.. Visit RTG online at.. - END -.. Download the Auditions schedule.. Auditions schedule..

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  • Title: Volunteering | Be A Part Of It | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Volunteer Positions.. The Racine Theatre Guild is largely staffed by volunteers.. Literally hundreds of people of all ages and skill levels help to keep the RTG going strong.. There is always a need for new people.. If you would like to become involved, it’s easy: let us know your area(s) of interest and your availability–we’ll take it from there.. Brief descriptions of volunteer positions appear below.. Please contact the RTG Box Office for detailed position descriptions.. Download 2013 – 2014 membership form*.. 2013 – 2014 Membership Form*.. ACTOR.. Open auditions are held before every RTG production so that interested community members may try out for plays.. Previous acting experience is not required.. Actors must attend all rehearsals and performances.. The RTG does not use understudies.. PRODUCTION STAGE MANAGER (PSM).. This position serves as an assistant to the director, and is in charge of selecting all crew chairs for a production.. The PSM holds production meetings and fills in for any missing crew person during the run of a show.. This person must have previous experience volunteering with the RTG, preferably as stage manager and in other technical positions.. STAGE MANAGER (SM).. The stage manager supervises the cast and crew during technical rehearsals and performances.. The SM calls the sound and light cues from the booth and keeps in touch with assistant stage managers backstage via headsets.. The stage manager is expected to attend all rehearsals and must be present for every show.. The stage manager has many other responsibilities, including telling actors when to come for rehearsals and performances, giving line cues for early rehearsals off book, and being present at brush-up rehearsals.. A stage manager should have previous experience as an ASM.. ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGER (ASM).. One or two ASM’s are used for each show to work backstage, telling the stage manager whether actors and crew are in position.. The ASM’s act as the stage manager’s eyes and ears backstage for all technical preparations.. For example, an ASM will tell the stage manager in the booth when the props crew has cleared the stage or whether an actor is in position to make an entrance.. LIGHTING DESIGNER.. The lighting designer works with the director to create the proper lighting effects for the show.. Design work is usually done before the beginning of dress rehearsal week.. This person hangs and focuses the lights in the grid.. Training from an experienced designer is helpful to learn how to set lights and program the computerized system.. LIGHTING TECHNICIAN.. After the lights are designed, the lighting tech works in the booth during dress rehearsals and at each performance to execute the lighting cues at the stage manager’s signal.. Previous experience is not necessary, but the person must be trained on our computerized lighting system.. SOUND DESIGNER.. The sound designer works with the director to create any sound effects and music that will be used during the show.. This usually includes recording music and sound effects from sound libraries.. Training can be provided to teach people how to use the booth sound equipment.. SOUND TECHNICIAN.. After the sound designer has completed the sound plot, the sound technician works in the booth to insert sound cues at the stage manager’s signal.. The sound tech is expected to be at all dress rehearsals and performances.. Previous experience is not necessary, but the person must be trained on the sound equipment.. PROPERTIES CHAIR.. The props chair works with the director in deciding which props will be used.. This may involve pulling props from our storage and/or locating props elsewhere.. The props chair is also in charge  ...   chair in any way needed, including helping actors change quickly, organizing costumes between shows, and helping to launder or repair any costumes.. No previous backstage experience is necessary.. MAKEUP CHAIR.. The makeup chair works with the director to design makeup for each of the actors in a show.. He/she is responsible for getting a makeup crew to work each performance.. This person also designs hairstyles and wigs.. MAKEUP CREW.. The makeup crew people are on hand before and during each performance to help the actors apply makeup, ensure that special supplies are on hand, clean sponges, and tidy the makeup areas of the dressing rooms.. The makeup crew also helps with styling hair and wigs.. SET CONSTRUCTION.. Any number of volunteers are needed to help build sets under the direction of the technical director.. Volunteers are needed during the day and evenings to work in the RTG shop area.. No special skills are necessary.. Tools and equipment are provided.. For further information, contact the show PSM or the technical director.. HOUSE MANAGER.. The house manager oversees the lobby and all patron areas during performances, and is available for audience emergencies.. This position is responsible for checking out headsets for the hearing system and staffing sales at the concession stand.. The house manager enforces the no-smoking rule in lobby, restrooms and auditorium.. He/she is in charge of balancing the money received at concessions and the bar.. USHERS.. A crew of 8 to 12 ushers is coordinated by a head usher for each of the 13 play performances.. Ushers come to the theatre 45 minutes before curtain and show people to their seats.. Ushers sell concessions during intermissions.. No previous experience is necessary.. BOX OFFICE VOLUNTEER.. Volunteers staff the box office before each performance and stay through intermission.. They sell tickets, provide exchanges, answer the telephone and, in general, serve as customer service representatives.. SEASON CHAIR POSITIONS.. A volunteer who has worked several seasons in a particular area or has comparable experience is eligible to serve as season chair.. These positions generally involve overseeing other volunteers to make sure things run smoothly from one production to the next all season long.. Here are the areas with chair positions:.. AUDITIONS –.. Attend all auditions to hand out and gather information cards.. BARTENDERS –.. Recruit and schedule bartenders for special events, rentals, Jean s Jazz Series, First Fridays and Comedy Tonight.. BOX OFFICE –.. Staff the box office with volunteers and train them.. CALLBOARD –.. Write and edit the newsletter.. HEAD USHER –.. Staff, train and supervise usher crews.. HISTORIAN –.. Collect and file/store records, minutes, programs, photos and archival material.. HOUSE MANAGER –.. Train and schedule house managers for all shows.. LIGHTING –.. Inventory and maintain lighting equipment; train technicians.. MAKEUP –.. Inventory, order and stock makeup supplies.. MEMBERSHIP –.. Recruit and retain members, which includes activity planning.. PACKY MEALS –.. Plan, prepare, serve and clean up after meals for cast and crew between shows on Racine Children s Theatre weekends (four per season).. PLAY READING –.. Help choose committee members and plays to be considered, then set up meetings, compile evaluations of plays that have been read, and guide the committee in selecting the slate for the next season.. PRODUCTION MEALS –.. Prepare, serve and clean up after meals for cast and crew between play performances with minimal turn-around time.. PROPS –.. Organize and inventory props; oversee strike of each show.. SOUND –.. Maintain all sound equipment; train technicians.. RTG WARDROBE RENTAL –.. Coordinate wardrobe rental requests.. WARDROBE –.. Maintain wardrobe storage; oversee strike of each show.. Be a Part of It..

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  • Title: Playbill Advertising | Support Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: PLAYBILL ADVERTISING.. Season 76 PLAYBILL ADS.. 1 full year.. —.. 8 printings from July 2013-June 2014.. Please note: Black white ads can be added throughout the season and will be pro-rated.. Outside back cover, color $1500.. Inside back cover, color $1300.. Inside front cover, color $1300.. Adjacent to title page, black white $ 950.. Other full page, B W $ 850.. 1/2-page (5”W  ...   x 1.. 75”) $ 400.. BUSINESS PATRON $ 600.. (¼-page B W ad, 6 flex passes, recognition in playbill for.. tax-deductible donation of $112).. For color, add $100 to above black-and-white prices.. NEW! DIRECTORY Ads.. (2.. 5”W x 2”H), B W only $ 200.. Playbill Advertising order form.. Benefits:.. Great target audience.. Repeated customer viewing.. Bargain rates.. Promotional opportunities.. Investing in the community..

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  • Title: Sponsorship Info | Support Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Packages for all budgets!.. SPONSORSHIP Opportunities.. RTG’s 76.. Season (July 2013-June 2014).. Basic Sponsorship $1,300:.. Non-exclusive sponsorship of RTG (non-musical) play.. 1/2-page black-and-white advertisement in all playbills for entire season (value $650).. 10 tickets to sponsored production (value $170), discounted pricing on additional tickets.. Sponsor name/logo appears in advertising/promotions: posters, print ads, press releases, RTG newsletters (electronic, printed), social networks.. Logo in season brochure mailed throughout SE Wisconsin, widely circulated, posted on website.. Recognition, link on.. Fliers, coupons can be inserted in playbills during run of show.. Products, services may be displayed in lobby; giveaways, drawings, contests encouraged.. Sponsor listed on title page in playbill of sponsored production.. Sponsor listed on play schedule in all playbills all season long..  ...   all playbills for entire season (value $750).. 16 tickets to sponsored production (value $272 for play, $304 for musical), discounted pricing on additional tickets.. Use of green room, if available, for pre-show reception.. All other BASIC BENEFITS (see above).. (If tickets and advertising are accepted, tax-deductible amount $578 for play, $546 for musical.. Musical Sponsorship $2,100.. Full-page ad in all playbills for entire season (value $850).. 24 tickets to sponsored production (value $456), discounted pricing on additional tickets.. Use of green room, if available, for reception.. All other BASIC BENEFITS.. (If tickets and advertising are accepted, tax-deductible amount $794.. We can customize sponsorships and we accept trades.. Call Beth Jurgaitis at 262-633-1250,.. For further information, contact Beth Jurgaitis at 262-633-1250,..

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  • Title: Donations | Support Us | Racine WI | Racine Theatre Guild
    Descriptive info: Donate to the Racine Theatre Guild.. Donations to the Racine Theatre Guild are tax-deductible.. Each.. contribution is important and appreciated.. To donate to the Racine.. Theatre Guild online, click here (.. https://boxoffice.. printtixusa.. com/racinetheatre/donate.. ).. Dear Friend of the RTG,.. As another holiday season approaches, we marvel at the support people like you have given the Racine Theatre Guild over the years, and we are thankful.. It took a group of caring individuals to found the RTG 75 years ago, and it takes a caring community to sustain it.. That’s why we’re asking you for a year-end gift to your community theatre.. Please take a few moments to reflect on what has been accomplished since our letter of November 2012:.. Four musicals and four plays involved hundreds of volunteers in 89 public performances for tens of thousands of area residents.. Willy Wonka.. and.. together had 15 shows for school audiences of 5,200..  ...   Tonight, now in its 9.. season, spotlighted professional comedians on four Saturday nights.. Winter, summer and fall terms offered 27 sessions of theatre classes for kids and adults.. Trips to Chicago and New York City took theatre fans to the Broadway hits.. Sister Act.. ,.. The Book of Mormon.. Big Fish.. Kinky Boots.. Matilda The Musical.. Special events brought to our stage Chinese acrobats, John McGivern, a tribute to Tony Bennett, and, for Valentine’s Day,.. Love Letters.. As a backer, you played an important role.. Thank you for the help you have given in the past.. We trust that you will continue to find our theatre and its programs worthy of your support.. And please plan to include a performance or two in your holiday celebrations:.. Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.. December 6-15.. John McGivern in.. Home for the Holidays.. December 28 29.. The Rocky Horror Show.. New Year’s Eve, January 3 4..

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