WHY FRACTAL? Fractal is a non-profit organization committed to not only providing imperative opportunities for artistic development, but to provide compensation for every single actor, technician, and artist that works with us. Support the next generation of theatre artists. Help pay an artist for their labor today. Make a tax-deductible donation today! All funds go towards paying collaborators, increasing stipends, and production fees.
Pillowtalk & Other Parts of Speech by Natalie Valentine | Untitled Horror Project by Andrew Watring | Between Us by Alessandra Viegas | rêverie by Hannah Ruth Wellons | Dimensions: Untold by, for, and from the DC Community
Untold Space speaks to the limitless possibilities inherent to theatre. It explores stories unheard and places unvisited, while grounding us in what is familiar and immediate. The Untold Space season will question the conventions of human relationships, the workings of the mind, and the world beyond.
Increasing Collaborators We are always in search of new artistic minds to add to our production and administrative teams. Our fundraising will go towards stipends that will allow us to sign on more directors, playwrights, designers, actors and creative consultants for our productions moving forward.
Increasing Stipends Fractal’s goal is to recognize artists for their work monetarily. As we work towards paying our collaborators a liveable wage, Fractal intends on putting a significant amount of our fundraising towards increasing stipends for all of our collaborators.
Performance Spaces Performance space rentals are one of the greatest expenses of a young professional theatre company. Fundraising will go towards working in more accessible performance venues.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We offer these incentives* for ascending donation levels: *Each level includes all the incentives from the below levels.
$15 - Sunday Shoutout: Donate $15 or more to receive a thank you shoutout on our Instagram story and/or Facebook! Donors will be rounded up at the end of each week and be shared every Sunday during our campaign. Contact us about details-- we can also shoutout a personal project or show you’re working on instead!
$25 - Sticker and Postcard: Receive a Fractal laptop sticker in the mail with a personalized note on a custom postcard, designed by our Communications Director Elizabeth Morton.
$50 - Exclusive Playlist: Receive exclusive access to our Untold Space playlist. Songs are an eclectic mix that communicates the possibility and wonder that our season and its works hinge upon. Curated in partnership with local musician and sound designer for Untitled Horror Project Daniel Sohn.
$75 - Untitled Horror Project: Enjoy two complimentary tickets to our second show of the season, Untitled Horror Project, as well as half-price tickets for two friends who attend the same performance as you.
$100 - Untitled Horror Project Voiceover: Have your voice featured in the spine-chilling soundscape for Untitled Horror Project. The artistic team will assign you lines to record and send back to us, and will be incorporated fully into the show. Participants will receive full-credit for their voice acting work!
$150 - Personalized Monologue: Stand out at an audition with a monologue written just for you! Our artistic team will work with you to write a monologue that suits you perfectly. Not an actor? Our artistic team has a myriad of theatrical skills, and can help you hone or workshop a wide range of projects. Fractal staff members can help you for up to 5 hours per project. Offer limited to the first few donors who reach this tier, so act fast! Once these offers have been claimed, donors at this level still receive all incentives from previous tiers.
$250 - Season Art: Receive a poster-size, framed print of our season art, designed by Communications Director Elizabeth Morton. Choose your background color!
$500 - Season Sample: Enjoy two complimentary tickets to any performance of each show in our season, as well as half-price tickets to bring three friends to the same performance as you.
(Description of graphic: A woman’s face with many freckles and dark, curly hair that floats upward. Her eyes are closed. Her head is cut in half, one half below her nose and the other half above her mouth, with white stars and a dark sky where her brain would be. She is peaceful. The graphic reads “Untold Space.")