Money for (Everything from) Nothing

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Christoph
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Money for (Everything from) Nothing

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Is this the place to talk about what sorts of things said money could do for AIC? The question the grantwriter is going to start with is: money for what? why? whatchoo whatchoo whatchoo want? whatchoo want?
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--to buy a projector and other such equipment in order to produce shows of a higher quality and greater theatrical range
--to bring in outside instructors and experts
--to subsidize travel to spread the work we do here to festivals and workshops in other parts of the country
--to promote and advertise shows and venues
--the power to buy and influence people like politicians and judges (State Theatrical Style: Improv??)
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-- to buy a video camera or three
-- to buy hanging mics for the stage to plug into the mics
-- to buy a faster computer
-- to renovate theaters
-- to buy a new theater when the time comes
-- to pay for buttons, color flyers, etc..
-- to take out ads in the local papers, online, etc...
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this is exactly the place to discuss what the money would be good for. In fact it helps me quite a bit.....a new theater, huh? I'm going to have to start working overtime!
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