(Note: your privacy settings on your post must be set to public if we're to see that you've entered!)
Also, we want you to have a good time with this, HOWEVER pictures of the cast are strictly prohibited (union rule).
we've created a fun little King Lear/SitP Facebook Frame for your profile picture. To join in the fun and show off how excited you are:
And they ARE!
And THEY have promised to challenge two MORE people (each!) when their own fundraisers are complete!
If you think that's cool, you don't have to wait for the challenge to make its way to you!
You can start your very own challenge chain!
First (and especially) if your birthday is coming up soon, make a plan: decide how long you'd like to run your fundraiser (10-14 days seems manageable, but your mileage may vary), when you'd like to start it, what you'd like to say to your friends and family when you ask them to support Optimist Theatre (the entity registered with Facebook as a nonprofit; we do ask that you @ tag the Shakespeare in the Park page -- @ShaxParkMKE in your intro text).
Then, go to town! The image below shows you how/where to get started.
Promote your fundraiser while it's active. Think about a couple of your own friends with birthdays on the horizon who value free Shakespeare in Milwaukee. When your fundraiser ends, challenge them to do the same!
Finally, bask in our gratitude. Our fans are the best fans, and it's projects like this that just prove it!
Note: if you need help, contact us and we'll be happy to assist you.
Keep up with us by:
Subscribing to our Facebook Events.
Make sure that when we schedule something, you are notified! It could be a Sonnet Slam or a pizza party with our Dramaturg or next year's Shakespeare in the Park season. But whatever it is, you'll want to know about it!
Visit the Events tab on our Facebook page and click on the subscribe button. That simple!!
Making sure that you see us in your newsfeed -- NEW power in YOUR hands, courtesy of Facebook.
Facebook has finally recognized that YOU know what you like better than its math can GUESS what you like.
To give you more control over your news feed, Facebook is rolling out a "See First" feature that will bump posts to the top of your newsfeed. Now, we're not suggesting that OUR news is at the very top of your agenda. BUT, this is a great opportunity to add us and your many other close friends and interest pages to your See First group to assure you that we show up when you're trawling for news on Facebook. Just go to our Facebook page and then follow the illustration above.