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RLT Theater Sponsorship Opportunities

RLT Theater Sponsorship Opportunities

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 June 1, 2012Dear Members of the Community,Hello, my name is Michael Hollomon and I am the Director Of Theatre at R.L Turner High School inCarrollton Texas. I am writing this letter on behalf of our 2,100 students, faculty members, and ourcommunity. Our Theatre Arts program has over 200 students who strive to create wonderful theatre thatis socially impacting as well as entertaining. Unfortunately, the quality of shows for the next school year isin serious trouble. With major cuts in the district budget due to school refinance, we are forced to lose amajority of our budget. This situation causes our department and our kids to lose.Our hope is for the kids not to lose, but to win. That is why we are trying to gain corporate sponsorship forour theatre program. With a tax deductible sponsorship, I believe that both groups WILL WIN! With anexclusive sponsorship with one or all of productions your organization will be sure to have the gamut ofadvertising opportunities within our school and community. With advertising in our program which isreceived by our patrons, who could exceed 1,000 audience members per performance, our posters whichwe distribute in our community as well as cities outside of our district, and verbal recognition before everyperformance is a fantastic way to create a buzz about your organization. With the monetary support forour productions we can create better quality shows, which in turn will create a larger audience base forour productions. I have attached a chart of what each sponsorship level that you can take advantage of.In addition, please note that you can also become an individual sponsor, which is at the lower end tomake things more manageable for a smaller business. Besides supporting the arts in the community andyour local school, you will get these great benefits:
Advertising up to 1000 patrons per show.
Top Billing (example: The Tom Jones Fine Arts Musical)
A 2 for 1 deal on tickets to any evening of the shows
A tax deduction (we are educational non-profit)
The pride of supporting the arts and culture in your community
Advertising link on our theater websiteIf you have any questions after reading the attached chart, please feel free to call me at 972-968-5450 or214-755-8452. Thank you in advance for your consideration of this matter. I look forward to hearing fromyou.Regards,Michael Hollomon-Director of TheatreR.L Turner High Schoolhollomonm@cfbisd.edu 
R.L. Turner High School Theatre Dept.
2012-2013 Season
 Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
October 11-13 andOctober 18-20thBasic Sponsorship: $1,500.00
Shakespeare's most famous love story, Romeo and Juliet, has never been so captivating, or so dangerous, as in this stirring new production brought to the R.LTurner Black Box Theater October 12,13, and 18, 19, and 20 
.As tensions build in the streets of Verona, two teenagers from the warring Capulet and Montague factions fall in love at first sight. Married in secret, they hope for reconciliation between their families. However, when short tempers lead to deadly consequences, the young lovers find themselves alone and on the run. What starts as a bawdy teenage comedy quickly transforms into a heart-stirring romance for the ages.
,January 17-19
Exclusive Sponsorship: $ 10,000Basic Sponsorship: $2,500.00
 Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty have lovingly brought to life all of ourfavorite Dr. Seuss characters, including Horton the Elephant, GertrudeMcFuzz, Lazy Mayzie and all of the Whos of Whoville! These classic,colorful tales are seamlessly brought together by Jojo, a young boy and"thinker of strange and wonderful thinks"! The score emerges as a Seussian gumbo of musical styles, ranging from Latin to pop, swing to gospel, and R&B to funk! So let your toes tap, your fingers snap, and your imaginationrun wild, for "If you open your mind, Oh, the thinks you will find lining up to get loose! Oh, the thinks you can think when you think about Seuss!" Aseach story unfolds you will marvel at how relevant and profound Seuss’ssubtle themes are; making this musical one that appeals to all ages.
Lions in the Limelight
 May 16
and 17
(2 performances)
Basic sponsorship: $500.00
This 15 year tradition brings out the creativity and imagination of our senior Theatrestudents as they direct a series of one-act plays that run the gamut of emotion. Fromcontemporary comedies to classic drama, these one-act plays will have the audiencewanting more.
Supplemental productions include:
SHOOTING STAR: $ 750.00-2,500.00
This membership includes the following:
10 complimentary tickets to any or all production in our season.
Recognition in all of our programs
If applicable-free ad space in our programs
 RISING STAR: $ 250.00- $ 700.00
This membership includes the following:
5 complimentary tickets to any or all production in our season
Recognition in all of our programs
If applicable-free ad space in our programs
STAGE HAND: $ 50.00- $ 200.00
This membership includes the following:
2 complimentary tickets to any or all production in our season
Recognition in all of our programs

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