Simple Things You Can Do to Help Support
- Come see our current and future
- Tell others about our theatre company and our mission,
and about any of our productions you may have seen
and enjoyed. Check out our Myspace page and join the group Fans of ReAct Theatre on Facebook.
- Come and participate in or support our upcoming fundraising events.
- Contact us if you are in the Seattle area and are
interested in donating a little bit of time as a volunteer.
We always have things to do!
- Donate your empty aluminum
cans for recycling at any of our performances to help
raise money for ReAct.
- Contact the arts editors at the major Seattle press and encourage not only continued
and increased support for ReAct and coverage
of our events, but increased coverage of theatre events in general.
>>The Seattle Times
>>The Seattle Weekly
Be sure to contact your favorite television and radio stations as well.
- Send us your feedback and letters of support or contact local and national arts commissions
to voice your appreciation of ReAct. Your letters
of support will help increase our chances for funding opportunities.
>>Allied Arts Foundation
>>Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
>>Washington State Arts Commission
- Send us a tax-deductible donation
and inform us if you work for a company which makes
matching contributions. Every cent you can donate will truly help!
- Purchase something through mail-order
from our Lobby Shop.
- Pass along our web address to others, create links to our
website from yours, and visit our site as often as you can to
increase our number of hits and unique visitors. Our webaddress for
creating a link to our website is
- Use the websites www.goodshop.com and www.goodsearch.com for all your online shopping and searching needs and set ReAct as your beneficiary charity and free money will be raised for ReAct!
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T.J. Langley as Tollhouse and Samuel Read as Brightbee in a scene from ReAct's
The Book of Liz. September 2003.
Photo: Ben Sanders.
ReAct Publicity Factoids...
Major Print Media that reviewed our most recent shows:
TO GILLIAN ON HER 37TH BIRTHDAY
All except The Seattle P-I (Though The Stranger didn't really cover the show)
THE LAST SUNDAY IN JUNE
All except The Seattle P-I
SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION
All except The Seattle Weekly
UNCLE HIDEKI & THE EMPTY NEST
Only The Seattle Times
YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU
Only The Seattle Times and The Seattle P-I
WONDER OF THE WORLD
PRELUDE TO A KISS
Only The Seattle Weekly
All except The Stranger
ANGELS IN AMERICA: PERESTROIKA
THE LAST FIVE YEARS
Only The Seattle Weekly
If you've seen our productions and feel that the local press should be giving us more consistent or increased coverage, please let your voice be heard. It would be a better world if the arts got as much coverage as sports, the weather, the movies or even television.