Monday, December 21, 2020

2020, What a Year! We Appreciate Your Support


CAB THEATRE APPRECIATES YOUR SUPPORT!

Greetings from the back-end of 2020!

Whoever could have predicted all the woes and challenges that 2020 wrought? But it appears we’ve survived, and we hope to be present and strong for the year to come with your help.

This year we had to go virtual! As a group we really wanted to show our community that we are still ready to entertain you! We offered our online events for free and really appreciated all of the great compliments and tips from our viewers. Click below to watch!


Creative Alliance of Baraboo (CAB) Theatre is a local non-profit theatre company bringing a wide variety of​ inspired and original theatre to the public. We offer an eclectic menu of theatre experiences, including twice-yearly Original Works (MaCABre!) written by folks in our community, CABin Fever Stand-Up Comedy Night, youth theatre workshops, Teens ‘n’ Theatre, our program addressing real-world teen issues, and House Plays, producing notable and provocative full-length plays in an intimate setting. CAB Theatre​ aims for inclusive and entertaining theatre for everyone!  
 
As a non-profit, and a theatre for the people, we aim to keep our events free ​or with a reasonably low suggested-donation. That means we can always use a little help to keep our proverbial doors open. So we’re asking for a donation. 
 
Where, you ask, might your donation dollars be put to use? Our needs are few, but important for us to continue this work: 

  • Rental space. Since we don’t have a brick and mortar operation, we have to pay rent for our performance​ spaces. And sometimes for our rehearsal spaces! Your donation helps us to do this. 
  • Stipends. While we are not a professional company, and no-one receives a salary, we do offer stipends to  some of the creative forces behind our programs. Those who have and continue to show a level of commitment deserving of some recognition. It’s not easy keeping an arts organization running in a small town based on volunteer time alone. Our small stipends help. 
  • Props. Costumes. Technical Support. Our lively theatre community has a wealth of resources to draw​ from, but sometimes we just have to purchase or rent things, or hire professionals. For example, the DJ services for our CABin Fever Stand-Up Comedy show, or the adult-size Snow White costume used in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike​, our 2018 House Play.  
  • Royalties. It’s not typical for CAB, but sometimes we have to pay for a script (​always​ for House Plays). Supporting artists is a large part of what we strive for, and that includes published playwrights. 
  • Legal costs. Liability insurance, 501c3 filing, tax preparation, etc.​   
If you’re inclined, please send a check to our PO Box below. Or, to pay by PayPal, go to our websit​e ​ and click on the yellow DONATE​ button below the slideshow, on the right side of any page. Note that ​CAB Theatre​ is a​ non-profit company with 501c3 status. We are happy to send you a receipt for your tax-deductible donation.  
If you’re inclined, we would be grateful for any amount you can give! Click on the yellow DONATE button below the slideshow, on the right side of any page. Or a check can be sent to our PO Box below.

Note that ​ CAB Theatre​ is a​ non-profit company with 501c3 status. We are happy to send you a receipt for your tax-deductible donation.

Thank you for your continuing support of the arts in Baraboo! While you’re at it, consider a membership, which will
also help to sustain CAB Theatre!​

Happy Holidays and here is to a new and better year!
CAB Theatre Board
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Monday, December 7, 2020

Improv Lab virtual shows - LIVE and regular!

Not ALL live performance is at a stand-still. 
The Improv Lab is performing regular Zoom improv, streamed LIVE on Facebook, the 1st and 3rd Thursday of EVERY MONTH, 8pm! 


Follow us on Facebook, or check back here for updates.


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Monday, October 12, 2020

MaCABre 8!


 
It's that time of year once again but it couldn't be more different! Please join us for a live streaming event that recognizes local playwrights, actors and producers bringing you a series of one act plays themed around the scary, funny and absurd! Everything from the scary "Karens" in our lives to unleashing our deepest desires, enjoy a night of fun! 
 
See it streaming October 23rd at 8pm live on facebook!
 

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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Friday Night Live at the Al. Ringling Theatre - May 8, 2020

CAB is excited to partner with the Al. Ringling Friends on "Friday Night Live," a variety show planned for May 8.
We're looking for sketch scripts, preferably ones based on current events. If you're interested, please send short scripts (4-5 double-spaced pages long) by April 13 to benjaminbromley@yahoo.com

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Sunday, December 22, 2019

House Play: Boston Marriage, by David Mamet April 9-18, 2020




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