Hey everyone, I’ve finally made some updates to the website, including a much more extensive photos page! Check out some shots from the show here.
Featuring the amazing work of Set Designer Devin Berstch, Costume Designer Miodrag Guberinic, and Lighting + Media Designer Matthew Johns. More to come soon!
We open our show on THURSDAY! We’re looking for volunteers to help watch front of house, show patrons to seats, and handle our donation-based concessions — maybe an hour’s worth of time. In return, you’ll get free admission to that evening’s performance! If interested, email email@example.com
Wow. We made it, friends! It was down to the last minute, and full of suspense — we wouldn’t have it any other way. Thank you so much to all of our amazing funders, whose names will be posted and who will be soon cashing in on their sweet incentives! I’m so grateful. We believe
Our Indiegogo campaign closes TONIGHT at MIDNIGHT! Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us reach our goal! And we have our next installment in the Director/Playwright interviews ready for you. Learn about the genesis of the play, and about our connection with The Araca Project. We’re making a play.
Hello everyone! We are blown away by the amazing response we’ve gotten over the past two days – fundraising just JUMPED! You are all incredible for showing your support. The Indiegogo closes FRIDAY AT MIDNIGHT and we are now at 74%!!! Please help us spread the word and close the gap. Every little bit helps!
I stole a quick shot of some of the imagery Matt is playing around with. This is only a rough, sparse preview of the things we’ll be seeing on stage. Amazing.
We’re delighted to be featured by Sal Pizarro in the San Jose Mercury News! Great stuff about the show and our amazing team. Read the article HERE.
Hello everyone! We are starting a series of short videos from an interview with Playwright Chad Eschman and Director Emily Campbell. Here is installment one: Emily discusses her take on the story and themes of The Memory Tax. Many thanks to Anna Marr for her great work on this series!
We’d like to give a sincere and heartfelt “thank you” to those wonderful people who have made contributions to our project so far. You’re wonderful! This play cannot happen without your help. All the young artists involved are putting in a lot of work — so let’s make this the best show we can! Please