The New England Theatre Geek is creating Arts/Theatre Reviews
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Our Mission:
The New England Theatre Geek is a pro-theatre, intellectual theatre blog that features critiques and articles to excite and educate the audiences. Critiques and reviews are curated with respect to the genre and style to the production featured. Our arts journalism is provided with the intent of developing audience interest in attending theatre events as well as inspiring better understanding of the theatre arts. In so doing, it is our goal to respect the artists as well as the art. In this economy, all audience members are looking for quality and value, and we want them to feel comfortable with expensive ticket purchases. In addition, we do not want one production to prevent a theatre from developing repeat business.
Tiers
Theatre Dweeb
$10 or more per month 1 of 20 patrons
Patrons donating $10 will get a shout out on the blog and social media. 
Theatre Dork
$25 or more per month 0 of 10 patrons
Patrons donating $25 receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and incorporated into a special patrons-only satire review based on their social media profile. 
Theatre Nerd
$50 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $50 will have a 320x100 image or advert run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Theatre Geek In-Training
$85 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $85 will be incorporated into a patrons-only satire review based on their social media profile, and have a 320x100 image or advert of their choice run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Honorary Geek
$150 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $150 will receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and have a 336x280 image or advert run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Queen's Geek Court
$500 or more per month 0 of 1 patrons
Patrons donating $500 will receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and invited to coffee with the Queen Geek within the Somerville area. 

(Limited to once a month.) 

Goals
1 of 150 patrons
When the New England Theatre Geek hits 150 patrons, we can pay our Web Tech for his time and services. 
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Our Mission:
The New England Theatre Geek is a pro-theatre, intellectual theatre blog that features critiques and articles to excite and educate the audiences. Critiques and reviews are curated with respect to the genre and style to the production featured. Our arts journalism is provided with the intent of developing audience interest in attending theatre events as well as inspiring better understanding of the theatre arts. In so doing, it is our goal to respect the artists as well as the art. In this economy, all audience members are looking for quality and value, and we want them to feel comfortable with expensive ticket purchases. In addition, we do not want one production to prevent a theatre from developing repeat business.

Recent posts by The New England Theatre Geek

Tiers
Theatre Dweeb
$10 or more per month 1 of 20 patrons
Patrons donating $10 will get a shout out on the blog and social media. 
Theatre Dork
$25 or more per month 0 of 10 patrons
Patrons donating $25 receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and incorporated into a special patrons-only satire review based on their social media profile. 
Theatre Nerd
$50 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $50 will have a 320x100 image or advert run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Theatre Geek In-Training
$85 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $85 will be incorporated into a patrons-only satire review based on their social media profile, and have a 320x100 image or advert of their choice run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Honorary Geek
$150 or more per month 0 of 4 patrons
Patrons donating $150 will receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and have a 336x280 image or advert run on the NETG main page for a month. 
Queen's Geek Court
$500 or more per month 0 of 1 patrons
Patrons donating $500 will receive a shout out on the blog and social media, and invited to coffee with the Queen Geek within the Somerville area. 

(Limited to once a month.)