We hate to bring up money at a time like this, but these plans are only theoretical until we raise our production budget. As with every previous step of this project, it will only be possible thanks to the inspired generosity of other people who care about this work as much as we do -- the friends, fans, supporters, and producers of the Llost Marx Brothers Musical.
We made history in 2014, with the first production of I'll Say She Is in ninety years. If you attended one of those five sold-out performances in the New York Fringe Festival, you are one of roughly a thousand people on Earth who can claim to have seen I'll Say She Is. Now our task is to give the show a proper run, and to create a physical production that captures the total splendor and silliness of the original. The show you'll see at the Connelly Theater will be truly spectacular -- a summoning of the spirits of the Marx Brothers, and a thrilling recreation of a night on Broadway in the 1920s.
We gratefully welcome tax-deductible donations in any amount. Detailed on our Fractured Atlas page, we're offering special rewards as thanks for donations of $100 or more, with some particularly special rewards at the higher levels. If you'd prefer not to make an online payment, contact us for instructions for donating by check or money order.
If you're interested in becoming a producer of I'll Say She Is, see our Producers Club levels here, or contact us to discuss a partnership. If you know someone who cares about the Marx Brothers, the Jazz Age, or the roots of the American musical, and may be in a position to help make I'll Say She Is a reality, please help us spread the word.