This is your chance to claim a little bit of the new Ngaio Marsh Theatre.
The Ngaio Marsh Theatre created amazing memories for generations of UC students. Now’s your chance to give future generations that same opportunity, and to be a part of the student experience for years to come.
Picture this: your name, on a seat in the new Ngaio Marsh Theatre!
In recognition of your support, we will celebrate your gift with an engraved name plate on one of the 327 auditorium seats for every $500 received.
“Save Me a Seat?”
This is your chance to give future generations that same opportunity, with the bonus of having your name is part of the student, and wider community theatre experience for years to come.
The earthquakes destroyed the old theatre, but they could never destroy its spirit and history. That lives on in everyone that watched, crewed or performed in a show.
And that’s why it’s so important we bring the Ngaio Marsh Theatre back, as part of the new UCSA Building.
Of course, that requires money. (Yeah, you already know what we’re getting at with this.) But we think it also needs a sense of history. That when students step out on to that stage – maybe for the first time in their lives, maybe the only time in their lives – they feel like they’re part of a larger tradition. The tradition that you were part of.
In recognition of your support for the Ngaio Marsh Theatre, we will celebrate your gift with an engraved name plate on one of the auditorium seats for every $500 received.
Yep, that’s right. Every time someone settles in to watch a Dramasoc or Musoc show, a Law Revue, or any one of the other students shows put on each year, (as well as the wider community) they’ll think: “Wow, that person sure must be a wonderful philanthropist with a real love for theatre and student participation. Also, should I go back out and buy that pack of Fruit Bursts?”
These things will be more popular than hot chips at the Engineering Cafe.
With only 327 seats, these seats will be in hotter demand than Stein tickets the morning-of. So get in touch with your Law Revue castmates, your Musoc alumni, your Dramasoc pals, or just those folks you know valued their student years, to make sure that your names become a part of the new history.
(Just make sure you get yours first).