Saturday, February 4, 2012

Support family talent on Kickstarter



The Hive Theatre Company (Chris is a co-founder) is launching its first Kickstarter project to raise at least $20,000 before March 3, 2012, to fund a new run of  its unique adaptation of  A Midsummer Night's Dream in April through May of this year.

The award-winning Theatre for the New City in association with the cell want to take the show to the next level. Yes, you read The Hive's great reviews on our sister blog last summer, so you know it's going to be incredible.

The amazing cast of Midsummer includes Hive members who have appeared on Broadway, in venues across the country and even London's West End. The cast includes Chris Critelli, Samuel T. Gaines, Fernando Gambaroni, Shira Gregory, Meghan Grace O'Leary, Marissa Parness, Glenn Quentin, Guy Rader, Michael Raver and Alan Winner. To see headshots and learn more about these Hive members and the cast of Midsummer visit their Members page.

Here's the project details. We appreciate your support!


For updates, please view:
Project Status
"Don't be like monkeyface." (video)

5 comments:

  1. Chris, thanks for sharing. Good luck with this.

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  2. The Hive on Kickstarter is 53% pledged and has 11 days to go. If you can, support The Hive on Kickstarter; get the link here. "Don't be like monkeyface."

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  3. Yeah! The Hive on Kickstarter is 75% pledged and has 6 days to go; get the link here.

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  4. The Hive has surpassed $20M with 3 more days to pledge. Thank you for supporting these talented individuals who have a unique theater opportunity. Get Kickstarter link here.

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