Get Involved as a Partner
We invite you to become an official Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016 Partner. To pledge your commitment and officially sign on as a partner, please review the two agreement options below and select the agreement that best fits your organization and goals. Sign and send your agreement to Erica Perrin at email@example.com.
Partners will promote Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016 in their communities and share information about their activities via the events calendar in this website.
Community groups, libraries, schools, arts groups and other organizations that will host Shakespeare-themed performances, lectures, book talks, exhibits, workshops, and other related events. Download the Affiliate Partner agreement.
Main Stage Partners
Community groups, government entities, colleges and universities, and other organizations that will donate or provide in-kind support, volunteer service, and in-kind marketing support. Download the Main Stage Partner agreement.
Submit Your Local Events to the Calendar
If you have local Shakespeare events planned please list them in our calendar: submit your event.
Other ways to get involved
If you’re interested in learning more about becoming a sponsor, visit our sponsor page.
Maybe you just want to know what’s going on in your area. Use our calendar to narrow down Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016 happenings around the state!
- Electronic Press Kit – download here
- Logos toolkit (for web and print use, JPGs)
- Reach information/data
- Press releases
- Social media
- Marketing Opportunities through Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016
- News releases
- Digital placement
- Calendar listing
- Newspaper coverage
- Presenters newsletter and magazine placement
- Campus publication placement
- Welcome and event banners
- Campus signage
Individuals and families are welcome to support Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016 through financial contributions. Your cash gift can be made online by clicking here.
Your gift will help us to provide educational and community outreach during Shakespeare in Wisconsin 2016. For questions, please contact Ben Strand.