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   SEASON 2012
  ADVERTISING &
   SPONSORSHIP
  OPPORTUNITIES




  Alison Monda in Summer in the Sixties, June/July 2011.
Stretch Your Mind, Nourish Your
Soul, Leap Into a New World!
By sponsoring one of our shows or advertising in the
                                                                                       AUDIENcE OVERVIEw
                                                                                           over 23,000 annual attendance
Harlequin Productions program you are helping to provide a
                                                                                               over 1,200 subscribers
groundwork for a dynamic arts organization that stimulates
                                                                                           75% reside in Thurston County
imagination, cultural growth and economic development.
                                                                                                80% are 44 and older
Beyond the good feelings and karma points that come with                              72% hold a college or graduate degree
your support, seven shows a year, 16+ performances a show,                             70% have income of $50,000 or higher
you’re also reaching an amazing audience of Real. Live.                                       68% female / 32% male
Theater. fans who are dedicated to supporting our local                                  1,200 attend PWYC performances
economy and community.                                                                 50% dine as a part of their excursion
                                                                                       20% shop as a part of their excursion


                                                                               Harlequin Productions is a professional not-for-profit theater
                                                                               company dedicated to the creation of stimulating and enriching
                                                                               theatrical experiences by producing an eclectic season of new
                                                                               works, “buried treasures” and unconventional treatments of
                                                                               classics. Through a dynamic selection of extraordinary material
                                                                               we explore the human adventure in search of theatrical magic that
                                                                               stretches the mind, nourishes the soul, and inspires human empathy.

                                                                               Harlequin has received local, regional and national accolades
                                                                               including the WA State Arts Network Community Arts
                                                                               Achievement Award, the Artist’s Trust Arts Leadership Award,
                                                                               the City of Olympia Heritage Award, and the Salute to the Arts
                                                                               Award, and has had two productions (The Tempest and Hapgood)
                                                                               selected for permanent collection by the Theater on Film and
                                                                               Tape Archive at the Lincoln Center in NYC.

                                                                               Harlequin Productions is proud to be a part of a thriving arts
                                                                               community and is a member of the Thurston County and Yelm
                                                                               Chambers of Commerce, Olympia Downtown Association, Arts
                                                                               Alliance of Downtown Olympia, Economic Development Council of
                                                                               Thurston County, the Visitor & Convention Bureau, Washington State
                                                                               Arts Alliance, South Sound Partners for Philanthropy, Theater Puget
                                       Casi Wilkerson in boom, march 2011      Sound, and Theatre Communications Group.




2012 PROGRAm ADVERTISING RATES
                    single show      season                                         prorated season rates
                     your choice   all 7 shows            6 shows           5 shows        4 shows       3 shows                  2 shows
                                                         (January)          (march)         (may)         (June)                  (august)
1/6 Page                470          1055                   1055             900               845                795                740
1/3 Page                625          1405                   1405             1195             1120               1050                985
1/2 Page                940          2110                   2110             1790             1685               1580               1475
Full Page              1565          3520                   3520             2990             2815               2640               2465
Back Cover              n/a          5470                    n/a             n/a               n/a                n/a                n/a
I * * Harlequin         n/a          1000                    n/a             n/a               n/a                n/a                n/a
                                                                   SPONSORSHIP BENEfITS
SeaSon UndeRWRITeR $15,000
Benefits are for the entire season
   Mention in the Curtain Speech
   Full-Page Ad in Program
   Partner Name on Full-Color Postcards and Logo on Full-Color Posters
   2 for 1 Opening Weekend Tickets for Partner's Employees (available seats only)
   Partner Name in Color on the State Theater Marquee
   Color Logo in 2011 Season Subscription Brochure
   (if agreement is confirmed by September 30, 2011)
   PLUS Four Season Subscriptions

SHoW PaRTneR $5,000 musical / $3,000 legit show
   Mention in the Curtain Speech
   Half-page Ad in Program
   Partner Name on Full-Color Postcard and Logo on Full-Color Posters
   2 for 1 Opening Weekend Tickets for Partner's Employees (available seats only)
   Partner Name in Color on the State Theater Marquee
   Color Logo in 2011 Season Subscription Brochure
   (if agreement is confirmed by August 31, 2010)
   Four Complimentary Tickets
                                 PWYC helps make live theater
“PaY WHaT YoU Can” SUPPoRTeR accessible to all, regardless of how
$500 single show / $2,500 season much one can afford to pay
Benefits received on event night of chosen production/season
   Mention in the Curtain Speech
   Acknowledgement Insert in Program
   Recognition in Program for Entire Season (season supporters only)
   Two Complimentary Tickets
                                            First Night Club ticketholders enjoy
“FIRST nIgHT CLUB” SUPPoRTeR a champagne reception with the
$500 single show / $2,500 season            cast and crew following the show
Benefits received on event night of chosen production/season
   Mention in the Curtain Speech
   Acknowledgement Insert in the Program
   Recognition in Program for Entire Season (season supporters only)
   Two Complimentary Tickets
                                            Ladies’ Night Out ticketholders enjoy
“LadIeS’ nIgHT oUT” SUPPoRTeR complimentary champagne and chocolates
$500 single show / $2,500 season            in our lobby before the show from 7 to 7:30pm
Benefits received on event night of chosen production/season
   Mention in the Curtain Speech
   Acknowledgement Insert in the Program
   Recognition in Program for Entire Season (season supporters only)
   Two Complimentary Tickets

I *HeaRT* HaRLeQUIn
$1,000 season
Inclusion on full-color center spread in every program
of the season. Limited to 18 supporters.
    Color logo with business address, phone and website                        Melanie Moser and Ian McNeely in The Taming of the Shrew, October 2010.
AD SPEcIfIcATIONS
ad Sizes                                                                              1/2 PAGE
                                                                                                                         I *heart*
                                                                                                                         Harlequin
                                                                                                                           listing
                                                                                                                         (approx.)
1/6 pg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2”w x 4.083”h
1/3 pg vert.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2”w x 8.334”h                                                   1/3 PAGE
                                                                                                            (vertical)
1/3 pg sq. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.171”w x 4.083”h
1/2 pg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.334”w x 4.083”h
                                                                                1/3 PAGE         1/6 PAGE
                                                                                 (square)
full pg / back cover . . . . . 6.334”w x 8.334”h
I *heart* Harlequin listing . . . . . approx. 2” x 3”


ad deadlines
email finished ads to erica at esotak@whitneydesign.net by 5pm on the deadline day.
If you wish to make changes to your ad mid-season, please note that the same deadlines apply.
If you do not receive confirmation of receipt of your ad within 5 business days, please call 360-754-7747.
If you would like to reuse your ad from last season, please indicate that on your ad purchase form.
* If we are creating your ad for you (additional charge–see below), please submit your logo and ad text
  ten business days prior to the specified deadline to allow time for design and proofing.

Preparing Your ad
•	 Ads	should	be	black	&	white	or	grayscale,	with	the	exception	of	the	I	*heart*	Harlequin	insert,	which	is	full	color.
•	 Accepted	file	formats	are	.jpg,	.pdf,	.eps	or	.tif	at	300dpi	with	fonts	and	graphics	embedded.	Sorry,	no	Word	or	Publisher	files.
•	 Please	name	your	file	(yourcompany)HP21ad.(tif,	eps,	pdf).	For	example,	whitneydesignHP21ad.tif
Need design help? Professional design services from Whitney Design are $70/hr. 360-754-7747

Questions?
For ad sales, contact Harlequin Productions at 360-705-3250 ext. 203 or marketing@harlequinproductions.org.
For ad questions or assistance, contact Whitney Design 360-754-7747 or esotak@whitneydesign.net
For billing questions, contact Harlequin Productions 360-705-3250 ext. 105 or ar@harlequinproductions.org



PUBlIcATION ScHEDUlE & ARTwORk DEADlINES
production                                                     ad reservation                               artwork due*

Stardust Serenade                                              october 28, 2011                             october 31, 2011*
November 25–December 31, 2011
The Seafarer                                                   december 26, 2011                            January 2, 2012*
January 26–February 18, 2012
enchanted april                                                February 13, 2012                            February 20, 2012*
March 15–April 7, 2012
My old Lady                                                    april 9, 2012                                april 16, 2012*
May 10–June 2, 2012
Summer Session                                                 May 21, 2012                                 May 28, 2012*
June 21–July 22, 2012
The americans across the Street                                July 23, 2012                                July 30, 2012*
August 23–September 15, 2012
Richard III                                                    September 3, 2012                            September 10, 2012*
October 4–27, 2012
SEASON 2012 SPONSORSHIP PlEDGE fORm
Indicate your level of support
   The undersigned agrees to partner with Harlequin Productions during Season 2012 as follows:

    Season Underwriter                                        ■ $15,000                                                  Ad size: 6.33” x 8.33”

                                                              musicals(e)                 legit shows                    width x height

    Show Partner                                              ■ $5,000                    ■ $3,000                       Ad size: 6.33” x 4.083”
                                                              single show                 season support                 width x height

    “Pay What You Can” Supporter                              ■ $500                      ■ $2,500                       Insert size: 4.667” x 8.5”*
    “First night Club” Supporter                              ■ $500                      ■ $2,500                       Insert size: 4.667” x 8.5”*
    “Ladies’ night out” Supporter                             ■ $500                      ■ $2,500                       Insert size: 4.667” x 8.5”*
                                                                                                                         * 1/3 of a legal sized sheet (8.5” x 14”)

    I *heart* Harlequin                                                                   ■ $1,000                       Color logo


Choose “season” or the show you wish to support

    ■ SeaSon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due October 31, 2011
e ■ Stardust Serenade by Harlowe Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due October 31, 2011

    ■ The Seafarer by Conor McPherson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due January 2, 2012

    ■ enchanted april by Matthew Barber from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due February 20, 2012

    ■ My old Lady by Israel Horovitz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due April 16, 2012
e ■ Summer Session: The Roots of Rock a Harlequin original musical celebration. . . . . . . ad artwork due May 28, 2012

    ■ The americans across the Street by Carter W. Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due July 30, 2012

    ■ Richard III by William Shakespeare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due September 10, 2012

Partner information
   Company _____________________________________ Contact Person __________________________
   Address ______________________________________________________________________________
   Phone ________________________________________ Email __________________________________
    Payment: ■ Check ■ MC ■ VISA ■ Discover ■ Invoice ■ ACH Transfer (equal monthly installments until July 1, 2012)
    Card# ___________________________________________________________ Exp. _______________
    Signature ________________________________________________________ Date ______________

Fax or mail your pledge form to us
   Fax to 360-534-9659 or mail to Harlequin Productions Attn: Marketing, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia WA 98501
   Questions? Contact us at 360-705-3250 x203 or marketing@harlequinproductions.org.
Send your logo and ad to us
   Email files to Erica at esotak@whitneydesign.net. Send logos in color if possible.
   Ad specs can be found at harlequinproductions.org/support/suppAdvert.html.
   Feel free to call Whitney Design at 360-754-7747 with graphics questions.
2012 PROGRAm ADVERTISING ORDER fORm
The undersigned agrees to purchase space in the Harlequin Productions program during SeaSon 2012 as follows:

1) Choose your ad size
   ■ One-Sixth Page
   ■ One-Third Page Square
   ■ One-Third Page Vertical
   ■ Half Page
   ■ Full Page
   ■ Back Cover
   ■ I *heart* Harlequin
2) Choose “season” or choose a show

■ SeaSon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due October 31, 2011
      ■ Stardust Serenade by Harlowe Reed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due October 31, 2011

      ■ The Seafarer by Conor McPherson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due January 2, 2012

      ■ enchanted april by Matthew Barber from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim . . . . . . ad artwork due February 20, 2012

      ■ My old Lady by Israel Horovitz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due April 16, 2012

      ■ Summer Session: The Roots of Rock a Harlequin original musical celebration . . . . . . . . . . .ad artwork due May 28, 2012

      ■ The americans across the Street by Carter W. Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due July 30, 2012

      ■ Richard III by William Shakespeare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ad artwork due September 10, 2012

3) Provide ad specifics
   ■ Use last season’s ad       ■ We will send a new ad
   ■ We will contact Whitney Design (360-754-7747) to create our ad

      ■ Link to our website at: www.____________________________
      ■ Send Harlequin logo to _______________________________ (e-mail) for link back to Harlequin’s site

4) Provide billing information
      Amount Due __________________________________________________________
      Company ___________________________________________                                              Contact Person__________________________________
      Address _____________________________________________________________________________________________
      Phone _______________________________________________________________________________________________
      Email ________________________________________________________________________________________________
      ■ Please find my check enclosed ■ ACH Transfer (equal installments until July 2012 - please complete authorization form)
      ■ MC ■ VISA ■ Discover Card# ______________________________________________ Exp. Date _____________
      Signature _____________________________________________________________________ Date _________________




State Theater 202 4th Ave. E, Olympia WA 98501
Box	Office	360	786	0151	•	Administration	Office	360	705	3250	•	Fax	360	534	9659
harlequinproductions.org
                                                                                             2012: SeaSon TWenTY-one LIneUP



Serenade
                                                        noveMBeR 25 – deCeMBeR 31, 2011
               StarduSt                                          As the Stardust gang prepares for a private party for a young flyer who’ll soon be off to war in
                                                         e       Europe, a government man arrives ready to lock the place up for back taxes. But ways are found
                                                        to frustrate Uncle Sam while the show goes on. Celebrity impressions, 40s swing, comedy and holiday
                                                        cheer are a great antidote to a war overseas and worry at home. The Stardust series has become one of
   a holiday musical for the whole family
                                                        the region’s favorite traditions for the season of nostalgia and hope and one of the best ways for the whole
             by Harlowe Reed
                                                        family to celebrate together!

                                                        JanUaRY 26 – FeBRUaRY 18. 2012
                  The                                   The Seafarer is a chilling new play about the sea, Ireland, and the power of myth. It’s Christmas Eve, and

seafarer
    a dark comedy by Conor McPherson
                                                        Sharky has returned to Dublin to look after his irascible, aging brother who’s recently gone blind. Old drinking
                                                        buddies Ivan and Nicky are holed up at the house, too, hoping to play some cards. But with the arrival of a
                                                        stranger from the distant past, the stakes are raised ever higher. Sharky may be playing for his very soul.
                                                        “…dark and enthralling Christmas fable of despair and redemption…tingles with the author’s acute and authentic sense
           (The Weir, Shining City)
                                                        of what is knowable and unknowable in life…THE SEAFARER may just be the pick-me-up play of the season.” – NY Times

                                                        MaRCH 15 – aPRIL 7, 2012                                           2003 Tony Award Nominee for Best Play


Enchanted April
                                                        When two frustrated London housewives decide to rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak
                                                        marriages, they recruit two very different other women to share the cost and the experience. There, among
                                                        the wisteria blossoms and Mediterranean sunshine, all four bloom again—rediscovering themselves in ways
   a romantic comedy by Matthew Barber                  that they—and we—could never have expected. “ENCHANTED APRIL is as good as they come: a lush, thoroughly
                                                        refreshing theatrical holiday. Escape has seldom seemed so sweet. A magical triumph.” – LA Times
    from the novel by Elizabeth von Arnim

                                                        M aY 1 0 – J U n e 2 , 2 0 1 2




 My Old Lady
                                                        When a down-on-his-luck middle-aged man inherits an apartment in Paris, he plans to solve his financial woes
                                                        by selling it. He arrives on the doorstep and discovers, to his dismay, that the elderly woman living there has
                                                        lifetime habitation rights under an arcane French law and she is not about to give them up. Because he has
                                                        no other place to go, she invites him to rent a room in the spacious apartment. A spiral of friendship, romance
          a drama by Israel Horovitz                    with the old lady’s outspoken daughter, and some uncomfortable revelations about his unmourned father,
                                                        affect all in this poignant play about how the secrets of the dead can transform meaning for the living.



Summer Session:                                         J U n e 2 1 – J U LY 2 2 , 2 0 1 2

                                                         e
                                                                We will continue Harlequin’s original smash hit journey through the history of American pop music

    he
   T Roots of Rock                                              and culture as we roll out of the sixties and rock on into later decades. Don’t miss out on one of the
                                                        best ways to keep cool on a summer night rockin’ out to some of the hottest music and dance the world has
 a Harlequin original rock ’n’ roll celebration         ever known! A band of pros and a stage on fire with some of the region’s best musical talent.


                                                        aUgUST 23 – SePTeMBeR 15, 2012

 The Americans                                          Derek Slaughterhouse is a Pulitzer Prize-winning author recovering from a recent brush with death. He
                                                        presently finds himself parked, unable to write, on the front porch of his home in a gated community, from

Across the Street                                       which he loudly denounces his upscale neighbors through an amber haze of scotch-laced disgust. His enmity
                                                        toward the American Way of greed is matched only by his sense of failure in himself. When his estranged,
        a comedy by Carter W. Lewis                     newly widowed sister arrives with her teenage daughter, they soon find themselves conscripted into Derek’s
                                                        assault on his neighborhood’s hypocrisy and form the bonds of survival that may redeem them all.




Richard III
                                                        oCToBeR 4 – 27, 2012
                                                        One of the most famous villains in theatrical history is brought to ruthless and ambitious life in one of
                                                        Shakespeare’s most intense plays. With wit and guile, the deformed Richard murders his way to the throne,
                                                        only to find he has yet further need for skullduggery. Cold and calculating while others are angry and
 a drama of classical and tragic proportions            emotional, he uses charm, wit and amorality to achieve his ends. The first of his plays to be built around
          by William Shakespeare                        one compelling character, Richard III won an online survey as the Shakespeare play our audience most
                                                        wanted to see in 2012.

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