Get us back on the road

By Ugly Shakespeare Company

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Get Us Back On The Road

Project 2013-01-25 05:05:15 +1300

We Need Your Help! 


***PREVIEW SHOW FEBRUARY 28TH ***

THE TRUCK IS STUCK AND NEEDS YOUR HELP TO FIX IT! 

The Ugly Shakespeare Company has a proven record in New Zealand schools, providing consistently high quality live theatre performances since 1996. 

The company began with only 72 schools on the list and since then our success and the demand for our visits have extended our audience reach to over 120 schools nationwide on an annual basis. This growth is a combination of our ability to actually engage with the teens themselves as well as our determination to continue with what we believe – that is to make professional, live theatre accessible to youth. 

 

The Ugly Shakespeare Company has a unique approach to both Shakespeare and live performance. We are strong believers in getting amongst the students and relating to them on a level that is both contemporary and non-patronising. Our success lies in our ability to utilise teen culture within our shows. This includes using current teen vernacular, references to film, TV or music that is relevant, as well as adapting the show on the road to fit changing trends. 

So why are we turning to you? 

Recently ye trusty olde Ugly truck blew up while on the road and the 2013 tour is just around the corner! We need to raise the money to recondition the engine which will make the truck almost like new and allow us to continue bringing these experiences for another 18 years! 

Because the Ugly Shakespeare Company works hard to keep costs down to our audiences when delivering our brilliant programme throughout our New Zealand schools every year, there simply are not enough funds to fix the truck in the coffers. 

The company has completed seventeen NATIONAL TOURS and TWO OUTDOOR SUMMER SHAKESPEARE EVENTS in the last seventeen years. 

We can’t let auto repairs stop us...so your help will make a massive difference to thousands of New Zealand kids who really benefit from having Ugly visit their schools. 

We take the fear out of Shakespeare and give professional live theatre experiences to thousands of kiwi teenagers who don't get to see live theatre in their home town. 

All donations are tax deductible as we are registered as a charity with the Charities Commission (now the D of I A) and 30% of your donation can be claimed back in your tax return. 

We can provide you with a donee receipt for this purpose upon request. 

Please donate what you can, a little goes a long way and a lot goes even further! 

We need to raise at least $10k for this purpose.

Comments

Updates 4

Redeeming rewards and receipts

15/03/2013 at 12:47 AM

Thank you for helping us reach our target. The truck is fixed and thanks to Toll NZ is on its way to the crew in the South Island. 

Please email me your postal address so I can send out your rewards and let me know if you would like a receipt.

Many many thanks for your help. [email protected] is the email address.

By the way we are now in a draw for a new Toyota so if you wish to support that click the link and VOTE for He Waka.

https://www.facebook.com/ToyotaNZ/app_459875914061160?app_data=charity:43337


Richard

Preview show information

27/02/2013 at 8:13 PM

Thank you to all the people who pledged! If you had tickets to the preview tonight as part of your reward, please turn up to the Point Chevalier School auditorium, Te Ra Road, Point Chevalier at 7pm to pick up your tickets. There is a cash refreshments stand (no eftpos) for before the show and at half time. If you wish to bring additional people the tickets are $20.

We look forward to seeing you.

So close - 12 HOURS to go

25/02/2013 at 7:10 PM

Less than $800 to get peeps - we are so close. Send this around freinds, enemies whomever...

Preview Show February 28th

04/02/2013 at 10:21 PM

Just to let you know the preview show will be on February 28th



    Pledgers 78

    Will Moore
    2013-02-06 10:49:12 +1300
    Tony Forster
    2013-02-06 02:07:00 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2013-02-05 14:44:49 +1300
    Carolyn Kestle
    2013-02-05 12:02:19 +1300
    Jo de Beer
    2013-02-04 20:42:41 +1300
    Belinda Drake
    2013-02-04 07:47:13 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2013-02-03 20:16:26 +1300
    Neil Miller
    2013-02-03 11:38:17 +1300
    Claire Gibb
    2013-02-03 09:05:53 +1300
    Stefanie O'Brien
    2013-02-02 21:36:35 +1300
    Lana Treen
    2013-02-02 16:10:47 +1300
    John Smythe
    2013-02-02 10:52:19 +1300
    Nommo
    2013-02-02 09:48:30 +1300
    Glen Martin Bailey
    2013-02-01 21:59:01 +1300
    Art & Claire
    2013-02-01 16:43:23 +1300
    Jeremy Hall
    2013-02-01 16:41:01 +1300
    Mark-John McSheehy
    2013-02-01 15:32:53 +1300
    Faith Bartoshmedina
    2013-02-01 13:22:10 +1300

    Followers

    Followers of Get us back on the road

    Get Us Back On The Road

    Project 2013-01-25 05:05:15 +1300

    We Need Your Help! 


    ***PREVIEW SHOW FEBRUARY 28TH ***

    THE TRUCK IS STUCK AND NEEDS YOUR HELP TO FIX IT! 

    The Ugly Shakespeare Company has a proven record in New Zealand schools, providing consistently high quality live theatre performances since 1996. 

    The company began with only 72 schools on the list and since then our success and the demand for our visits have extended our audience reach to over 120 schools nationwide on an annual basis. This growth is a combination of our ability to actually engage with the teens themselves as well as our determination to continue with what we believe – that is to make professional, live theatre accessible to youth. 

 

    The Ugly Shakespeare Company has a unique approach to both Shakespeare and live performance. We are strong believers in getting amongst the students and relating to them on a level that is both contemporary and non-patronising. Our success lies in our ability to utilise teen culture within our shows. This includes using current teen vernacular, references to film, TV or music that is relevant, as well as adapting the show on the road to fit changing trends. 

    So why are we turning to you? 

    Recently ye trusty olde Ugly truck blew up while on the road and the 2013 tour is just around the corner! We need to raise the money to recondition the engine which will make the truck almost like new and allow us to continue bringing these experiences for another 18 years! 

    Because the Ugly Shakespeare Company works hard to keep costs down to our audiences when delivering our brilliant programme throughout our New Zealand schools every year, there simply are not enough funds to fix the truck in the coffers. 

    The company has completed seventeen NATIONAL TOURS and TWO OUTDOOR SUMMER SHAKESPEARE EVENTS in the last seventeen years. 

    We can’t let auto repairs stop us...so your help will make a massive difference to thousands of New Zealand kids who really benefit from having Ugly visit their schools. 

    We take the fear out of Shakespeare and give professional live theatre experiences to thousands of kiwi teenagers who don't get to see live theatre in their home town. 

    All donations are tax deductible as we are registered as a charity with the Charities Commission (now the D of I A) and 30% of your donation can be claimed back in your tax return. 

    We can provide you with a donee receipt for this purpose upon request. 

    Please donate what you can, a little goes a long way and a lot goes even further! 

    We need to raise at least $10k for this purpose.

    Comments

    Redeeming rewards and receipts

    15/03/2013 at 12:47 AM

    Thank you for helping us reach our target. The truck is fixed and thanks to Toll NZ is on its way to the crew in the South Island. 

    Please email me your postal address so I can send out your rewards and let me know if you would like a receipt.

    Many many thanks for your help. [email protected] is the email address.

    By the way we are now in a draw for a new Toyota so if you wish to support that click the link and VOTE for He Waka.

    https://www.facebook.com/ToyotaNZ/app_459875914061160?app_data=charity:43337


    Richard

    Preview show information

    27/02/2013 at 8:13 PM

    Thank you to all the people who pledged! If you had tickets to the preview tonight as part of your reward, please turn up to the Point Chevalier School auditorium, Te Ra Road, Point Chevalier at 7pm to pick up your tickets. There is a cash refreshments stand (no eftpos) for before the show and at half time. If you wish to bring additional people the tickets are $20.

    We look forward to seeing you.

    So close - 12 HOURS to go

    25/02/2013 at 7:10 PM

    Less than $800 to get peeps - we are so close. Send this around freinds, enemies whomever...

    Preview Show February 28th

    04/02/2013 at 10:21 PM

    Just to let you know the preview show will be on February 28th



      Will Moore
      2013-02-06 10:49:12 +1300
      Tony Forster
      2013-02-06 02:07:00 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2013-02-05 14:44:49 +1300
      Carolyn Kestle
      2013-02-05 12:02:19 +1300
      Jo de Beer
      2013-02-04 20:42:41 +1300
      Belinda Drake
      2013-02-04 07:47:13 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2013-02-03 20:16:26 +1300
      Neil Miller
      2013-02-03 11:38:17 +1300
      Claire Gibb
      2013-02-03 09:05:53 +1300
      Stefanie O'Brien
      2013-02-02 21:36:35 +1300
      Lana Treen
      2013-02-02 16:10:47 +1300
      John Smythe
      2013-02-02 10:52:19 +1300
      Nommo
      2013-02-02 09:48:30 +1300
      Glen Martin Bailey
      2013-02-01 21:59:01 +1300
      Art & Claire
      2013-02-01 16:43:23 +1300
      Jeremy Hall
      2013-02-01 16:41:01 +1300
      Mark-John McSheehy
      2013-02-01 15:32:53 +1300
      Faith Bartoshmedina
      2013-02-01 13:22:10 +1300

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      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 26/02/2013 at 7:13 PM.