Public Domain Players

is creating Audio Dramas

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Public Domain Lover

$1
per month
Thank you! At the $1 level you get a brief look at some of our rewards, a download of each episode a few hours before it goes live online, as well as our never ending thanks.  We understand that money can be tough to spread around, and the fact that you're choosing to share even a little bit of yours with us is awesome.

Headless Horsepeople

$5
per month
Here at the $5 level, you will receive our never ending thanks, some sneak peeks and extra goodies, a download of each episode a few hours before it goes live online, AND a digital copy (a PDF file) of the script for each and every episode. On the day of release, you'll get a message from us containing a downloadable copy of the script. You'll also receive a cool sticker with the Public Domain Players logo on it!

Includes benefits of previous tiers.

Friendly Swashbucklers

$10
per month
Thank you! Here at the $10 level, you'll get EXCLUSIVE access to Patreon-only posts showing images and drawings, just for you to peruse and download.  You'll also be able to see regular updates/notebook entries to peek "behind the curtain" at the creative process. By this, we mean James will post the actual pages from inside his notebook for you to see! (Hint: it's usually kind of a mess) You will also receive a special thank you shout-out in the credits of an episode!

You will also receive the rewards from every previous level.

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patrons

$27

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About Public Domain Players

Hello everyone!

Public Domain Players is an effort born from the combined efforts of a large group of friends, and spearheaded by James Weippert. With a love for the radio dramas of old, we are taking the public domain works that you know and love - as well as some you may not be so familiar with - and turning them into fully realized episodic audio dramas. 

We're thrilled to have you along for the ride, and hope you support us as we create these wonderful works!
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$27.41 of $100 per month
Getting something like this off the ground costs a little bit of money to keep it going.  Keeping a website up and running, allowing me to take a day off from work once or twice a month to put in the extra work necessary to keep the quality up, things like that. $100 a month may not seem like a lot of money, but to the team here, it means the world.
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