Support the Play Thing
This is a volunteer-run project. Your donations are much appreciated and go towards covering the online costs of organizing live readings of underproduced plays. If you love The Thing, we'd appreciate your support!
Currently, we're collecting donations to go towards paying a creative team to produce A Way Out, an audio-dram created as part of The Play Thing's Apartment of Writing project. Check out the video below to see a reading of the script!
Looking for more ways to help? Check out the list below!
The Play Thing got rolling on March 17, 2020, and now has more than 500 members, volunteers and subscribers across Canada and beyond.
This boisterous 3-month old is about to enter a new phase of development, planning and exciting summer projects - and we could use your support!
Consider making a contribution to keep the Play Thing going - to support and encourage Canadian playwrights, and give brilliant, bored actors something to do.
WAYS TO HELP
Donate! Any amount helps. I'll acknowledge your contribution here and send you a thank-you card if you include your address. (Contributions are not tax-receiptable at this time.)
Partner with The Thing! Canadian Theatres, Playwright Service Organizations, I'd love to hear from you. Can you help me? Can The Play Thing help you? Let's talk!
Join the Backstage at the Plaything Facebook Group
Join our Facebook Page
Spread the word! Tell your theatre-pals to check it out or host a watch-party.
Share Canadian Play Thing events on social media.
Send moral support! if you think the Play Thing is a good idea, drop me a line with permission to quote you here.
Offer your time or expertise: share your skills or volunteer to help on a Play Thing Committee. I need help with pretty much everything.
Ideas, advice, suggestions? All are welcome. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you in advance for your support - let's keep this Thing rolling and see where it takes us!
Janet Munsil, Playwright & Instigator
Jessica Van Der Veen
Jim Murray & Sherry MacDonald
All the volunteer actors,
stage direction readers,
For their help & advice
Playwrights Guild of Canada
John Jack Patterson