2017 Donor Levels & Benefits 

Your gift at every level supports a living wage for artists and makes theatrical excellence more accessible. Thank you!  

Friend - $50

Grocery money! A $50 gift houses and feeds one actor for one day of The Williams Project’s rehearsal residency.

Donor Benefits: Instant gratitude! Recognition in this season’s performance program.

Supporter - $150

Pay an actor’s living expenses! Your gift provides one week of per diem for an out-of-town cast member.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus an 11”x17” season poster, signed by the cast and creative team.

Patron - $300

Put a roof over an actor’s head! Your gift provides one week of Seattle housing for an out- of-town cast member.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus 2 VIP tickets to Opening Night of Blues for Mister Charlie, including a pre-show toast and an invitation to the cast and creative team’s post-show celebration.

Champion - $600

Bring an actor to Seattle! Your gift provides one round-trip flight for an out-of-town cast member.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus a personalized thank-you video from a Williams Project cast member, in which he or she will perform a passage from James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time.

 The Tennessee Circle - $1,500

Pay a musician’s stipend! Your gift helps us add live music to the production.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus a digital cast recording of the songs featured in Blues for Mister Charlie, original arrangements blending American roots and gospel music performed by our talented actors.

 Associate Producer’s Circle - $2,500

Pay our stage manager’s salary! Your gift helps us add this indispensable position to our team.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus an evening with Director Ryan Purcell. Ryan will cook dinner for you, complete with a signature cocktail. You must be able to make it to Seattle to enjoy this benefit!

 Producer’s Circle - $5,000

Adopt an actor! Your gift pays one actor’s baseline salary, benefits, and housing throughout rehearsal and performance.

Donor Benefits: All of the benefits above, plus see the creative process in action! Spend the day with The Williams Project during our residency, including the opportunity to observe rehearsals, chat with actors, and enjoy a home-cooked dinner with the company. In addition, you’ll receive title page recognition for you or your company in the Blues for Mister Charlie program.

The Williams Project is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of The Williams Project must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only. Any contribution above the value of the goods or services received by the donor is tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.