A new membership year
A reminder from our Membership Coordinator

It’s time for membership renewal. Our membership year runs from September 1, 2010 to August 31, 2011.
  The annual fees are the same as they’ve always been since ACT began in 1995:
  $25 regular   $40 for people of the same household   $15 for someone with limited income such as a full-time student or unwaged person.
It’s actually a pretty good deal ...
  Tickets: you get a $2-per-ticket discount on the advance purchase of two tickets to ACT shows
  Play-Reading Evenings: free participation (vs $3 non-member charge for printing cost)
‘ACT-Out’ social events: going to a show and having dinner together
  Being ‘in-the-loop’: e-mail notice to get word of theatre-related events (auditions, performances, workshops, etc.)
  Performances: the Constitution requires that you must be a current member to participate directly in a show, whether on- or off-stage (... and so be eligible for a comp ticket)
  Why do we need fees? It’s because it costs money to run the organization—about $7,000 a year for maintaining ACT’s building, insurance, snow-removal, the website, office equipment, giving two kinds of theatre awards, etc.
We get that money from two sources: the profits from shows and member dues.
  So ... if you’d like to be a member of ACT for 2010/11, please get in touch with the Membership Coordinator, Sophia Wong (sophiacw @ or send your cheque—payable to ACT - a community theatre—to ACT, 11 Beach Street, Charlottetown PE C1A 5G5.

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