Welcome to 2016 From Our Managing Director

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Randal Huber

Greetings Awesome Audience!

We couldn’t be more thankful for your show of support by attending today’s performance.

The theatre is off to an excellent start for 2016 and (drum roll please) recently set a new all-time record for season tickets, eclipsing the old mark set back in 2007.

We send an extra shout out to all of the donors who make charitable gifts to support our programming.  Take time to peruse the list of amazing folks at the back of this program.  If you’re names not there, we would love to add it.  As a not-for-profit, we rely on charitable support to provide a financial base that allows us to plan ahead with confidence and continually pursue artistic excellence on stage and off-stage through various outreach opportunities.

“The perks build from there as we strive to pull back the curtain and provide exclusive access to interact with the stars of the Chemainus stage.”

As a thank you to donors (whom we call Members), we bestow all sorts of special perks: including being first to hear company news such as the season announcement and advance access to tickets for hot selling shows.  When two shows were added to our sold out run of Elf the Musical, Members had first crack at snapping up the seats.

The perks build from there as we strive to pull back the curtain and provide exclusive access to interact with the stars of the Chemainus stage at exclusive Member-only events.

This year we’ve added a few new events – including a workshop and play reading in Victoria and our inaugural Member Day in July. Member Day will provide a chance to experience the inner workings of the costume shop, rehearsal halls and scenery shop followed by a time to dine together in the Playbill before taking in our summer blockbuster Footloose.

The Chemainus Theatre will only flourish with the support of its patrons.  Hopefully this has enticed you to look in to Membership.   Give because the arts are worth supporting and give because it opens up the world of live theatre at behind the scenes events.  After all, sometimes the best seats in the house aren’t even in the house.

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