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Sponsorship for Plays.

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How do I get the ball rolling on taking a grounded (but previously sucessful) play from having no money, to a budjet that we can perform at? Where do I get sponsors? Any Grants I can Use? Thank you for your help.

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  1. Guest23256470

    There are many companies which do sponsor the plays for their marketing and stuff. Contact them and make an attractive proposal in which mention the expected no of people coming on your show and also the venue of the play. They would definitly sponsor you.

  2. Guest23256470


    Tim,

    Thanks for writing. You probably already know this, but when it comes to raising financing for plays and films, a producer looks for money any where he can find it. Individual investors, corporations, relatives, pretty much anywhere. Sponsorship is generally provided by companies that can gain advertising or a perk from being associated with the production.

    As far as grants, you might try contacting TCG, Theatre Communications Group. They are THE organization for non-profit theatre across the USA and Canada. They can provide you with a lot of information about how to grant write for money to fund a project. You can find them on the internet.

    Hope this helps. Good luck!

    Phil

     

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