A SHORT, EPIC ROCK MUSICAL

Hello everyone!  We at Team CSM are hard at work on our greatest, and according to recent measurements, loudest mini-musical yet.  We’ve got our eyes on the stars this year and are trying to put on a wildly ambitious show.  Whereas most ten-minute plays have two or three actors and maybe a table, our show has a cast of ten, three musicians, an assistant director, and costume and scenic designers!  We intend this to be a forty minutes (if you combine all four performances) to remember.

It turns out that all this excitement has gotten a bit expensive, so we’re holding a fund raiser to help offset the cost of costume and set materials, musicians, rental space, and what we in the theater world call “The ten thousand unforeseeable disasters”. 


What’s that, you say?  You’d rather spend your hard-earned cash on iPhones, gas, or trauma therapy needed because you glanced at your 401/K last week?  Fear not!  We’ve taken both your limited arts-patronage budget and the current economic apocalypse into account in offering a set of wildly inflated patronage titles!  Check out these exciting philanthropic options!

MICRO FUNDRAISER!

For a $2 donation, you are a SUPER AWESOME

ARTS-SUPPORTING NINJA!

For a $4 donation, you are a DOUBLE SUPER MEGA-POTENT

THEATER PATRON SAMURAI OF POWER!

For a $10 donation or more, you are a MEGA SUPER-INCREDIBLE MUNIFICENT GODLIKE ROBOT SAMURAI ARTS PATRON WITH LASERS SHOOTING OUT OF YOUR EYES!

Need more incentive?  Anyone who donates at the $4 or $10 level by Friday, October 17 will get a personalized thank you video from our cast!  Imagine the prestige of having an actual starving Hollywood actor thank you by your actual name or pseudonym of your choice! 


Need even more incentive?  Come check out our entertaining behind-the-scenes videos!  Preferably after you donate above. (Hey, incentive can be retroactive!)

We’ll put a new video up every few days, assuming that we don’t run out of money for our ISP fees.  Hint.

What are you doing with all those ticket sales revenues, huh?  Proceeds from ticket sales go to the festival, not us. (We’ve tried smiling coyly at the festival organizers.  No dice.)


What the heck is this musical about anywayWhen can I see it?  We respect the savvy fiscal prudence of someone who wants to have some kind of preliminary idea about what arts they’re sponsoring.  Come check out the main Climb The Smallest Mountain website here

More thought went into this costume than my entire actual wardrobe.

Our scenic designer claims she can actually build this.

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