It’s election season and that means doing your civic duty. No, we’re not just talking about voting, it’s also time to Support the Presidents! Our production of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents – The Second Term is coming up fast and we need your help.
Just as freedom isn’t free, neither is a theatrical production. Show your love of country and theater by donating to Theatre Pro Rata today!
Type the name of a President to “vote” for in the box below, then click the button to donate $25 and Support the Presidents! The first 44 people to donate will receive a random button with the nickname of one of the Presidents on it. Impress your friends! Make your political rivals jealous!
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44 Plays for 44 Presidents runs one weekend only culminating in a special Election Night performance! Come see some great theater and cheer on democracy!
If one play about political machinations isn’t enough for you, we’re also opening Henry V on the same weekend… also performing at the brand new Crane Theater!
University of Texas, Austin graduate student Deb Streusand is researching The Knight of the Burning Pestle and is collecting audience reactions to our production as part of her studies. If you’ve seen the Pro Rata production of the play please consider taking a moment to answer this brief survey to help out. Thank you!
We are thrilled to announce the plays we will be producing as part of our 2016-17 season! The season will feature Henry V by William Shakespeare; a remount of 44 Plays for 44 Presidents by Andy Bayiates et al., Goodbye Cruel World by Robert Ross Parker, and Up: The Man in the Flying Chair by Bridget Carpenter.
Wow, what an amazing Give to the Max Day yesterday! Donors across Minnesota gave over $18 million. Pro Rata donors more than exceeded our matching goal of $3,000 for a total of $3,467. Thank you so much for helping us get to 100%!
Your support of Theatre Pro Rata ensures that we will continue to be able to produce our distinctive brand of smart, vivid, varied, and gutsy programming.