This year the Players are launching a new annual membership format which will include four levels of participation. These include Student Membership at the discounted price of $15, Regular Membership at $20 per year, Family Membership at $35 per annum along with the new Patron level of membership at $100.
As it is said in a popular commercial “membership has its privileges”. That is to say that along with voting rights as a member, each level of participation will be provided with exciting incentives and advantages including a membership booklet, a quarterly newsletter, E mail notifications of up coming performances, auditions and events, and new this year permission to join the Oswego Teacher's Federal Credit Union.
In addition, for participation in the top three levels of membership a member will receive complimentary tickets to future productions. For a Regular membership the participant will be entitled to one complementary ticket, Family level members will be entitled to two tickets and Patron level members will receive four comp tickets. These tickets may be used for any players production an can be used by anyone the member designates.
For the first fundraiser of the year the Oswego Players are offering the public an opportunity to help us celebrate our 80th Anniversary by sponsoring a theater seat name plate in the Frances Marion Brown Theater for themselves, a business, a social group, or in remembrance of someone who loves or loved live theater. The price for an individual plate is a $75 donation. Please complete your personal inscription using the following guidelines:2-line maximum 20 characters per line maximum. Send your inscription and payment to: The Oswego Players, Inc. Fund Raiser, PO Box 183 Oswego New York 13126. or contact the Players at oswegoplayers.org The Oswego Players are a 501C3 organization, so your donation is tax deductible.
The Oswego Players have entertained thousands of people from all over Central New York since 1938, and with the help of of members and the public hope to continue this tradition far into the future “keeping live theater alive”.