Membership Forge Theatre is a non-profit organization that has been serving the Phoenixville area since 1962. We are dedicated to providing high quality theatre to the community at a reasonable price. We would be glad to have you become a member of the Forge Theatre family and join our volunteers in accomplishing our many and varied tasks. Benefits of Membership Your annual membership* fee enables you to perform in as many shows in a season as you are cast, and to work on as many shows as you’d like. You are also entitled to see each of the six shows in our regular season, not including the children’s show or benefit performances. A member who is too involved in a show to be able to see it from the audience (acting, working backstage, or running lights, e.g.), may transfer his/her ticket for that show to another patron. There are several social events during the year to which members are invited: the annual banquet, script-in-hand readings, etc. Members should plan to attend the general membership meetings and are strongly encouraged to participate on the Playreading and Hospitality Committees. Each month, you will receive the newsletter, Sparks from the Anvil, which will update you on the latest theatre happenings. *Annual membership dues paid between July 1 and September 1 are only $30. Questions? Contact us by email: email@example.com Purchase a membership online or at the next show.
Our Members Are Our Volunteers Forge Theatre is a 100% volunteer organization, and there are many opportunities for our membership to get involved. We ask all of our members to remember that membership implies a commitment to keep the organization up and running. While we certainly need actors, directors, and producers, there are many other ways to volunteer your time and services. We always need help with the backstage tasks, such as stage management, set construction, costuming, running sound or lights. Extra hands for building maintenance, box office, and publicity are always welcome. And we are especially in need of help during performances for hospitality. Following are the names of a few people to contact for information concerning volunteer opportunities. Volunteer Contacts Hospitality: Denise Wisneski Box Office and Membership: Amy Borla Publicity: Wendy Mirto General Productions: Hal Holzer Theatre Maintenance: Scott Coonradt Sparks Newsletter: Mercedes Kathryn Duran Website: Mercedes Kathryn Duran Interested in volunteering? Please complete this linked form.
As we head into the beginning of Fall and gear up for our second show, it’s time to renew your Forge Membership! With an annual membership, you can: work onstage, backstage, behind the scenes, or the front of house! You are entitled to see each of the shows in our regular season (five remain). Members also vote for the Board of Directors and are invited to all Membership Meetings and activities. Price for Membership is $35. Quick and convenient – renew now online!
Play Reading Committee Selection for 2018-2019 It is that time of year again to start thinking about play selection for next year, our 57thseason. It is one of the most important jobs of the theatre year and requires much commitment and homework as well as attending meetings. May we be at least as successful as last year’s amazing committee that selected this amazing season. “The play’s the thing” – “Butts in the seats” -Hal Here is what you need to know: • To be an active committee member complete the form below before Nov. 5 • The first meeting is Sunday, November 5, 2017 at the theatre at 5 PM • Subsequent meetings will be (tentatively) Sundays Dec. 3, Jan. 7, and Feb. 4 – all at 5 PM • No new committee members or new titles will be considered after the November 5th meeting • We are looking for shows that are marketable (not obscure), castable, and adaptable to our space • If you have questions, want to be a member, or want to suggest a show, please contact Hal Holzer. 610-495-8583 or firstname.lastname@example.org