PERFORMANCE SITE: Towsley Auditorium 4800 E. Huron River Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48105 | OFFICE: 6175 Jackson Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48103
(734) 995-0530
wildswan@wildswantheater.org

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Thank you to our Coding to the Moon Sponsors 
We appreciate you to the moon and back!

Supporting Producer Sponsor 

Atomic Object
Telemus
Zingerman’s Community of Businesses

Cast Sponsor 
Abracadabra Jewlery/Gem Gallery
Bank of Ann Arbor
Boxcar Studio
Dorothy Ebersole and Bill Everin

 


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Angel Sponsor – $5,000 Benefits and recognition opportunities:
    • Full page ad in our 2020-2021 Season Program Book and a special message from you to our 9,000 plus season patrons
    •  Promoted on Wild Swan’s website, Facebook page, and in our monthly electronic newsletter sent to over 5,000 households
    • Two tickets to Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party, February 5, 2020
    • Two tickets to Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions, March 4-7, 2020
    • Fifty complimentary play tickets to be distributed by WST to schools receiving Title 1 funds.
    • Listed as a sponsor on signage and on-stage thank you at Coding to the Moon events

Executive Producer Sponsor – $3,000 Benefits and recognition opportunities:

    • Full page ad in our 2020-2021 Season Program Book and a special message from you to our 9,000 plus season patrons
    • Promoted on Wild Swan’s website, Facebook page, and in our monthly electronic newsletter sent to over 5,000 households
    • Two tickets to Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party, February 5, 2020
    • Two tickets to Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions, March 4-7, 2020
    • Thirty complimentary play tickets to be distributed by WST to schools receiving Title 1 funds.
    • Listed as a sponsor on signage and on-stage thank you at Coding to the Moon events

Supporting Producer Sponsor – $1,000 Benefits and recognition opportunities:
    • ½ page ad in our 2019-2020 Season Program Book and a special message from you to our 9,000 plus season patrons
    • Promoted on Wild Swan’s website, Facebook page, and in our monthly electronic newsletter sent to over 5,000 households
    • Two tickets to Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party, February 5, 2020
    • Two tickets to Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions, March 4-7, 2020
    • Ten complimentary play tickets to be distributed by WST to schools receiving Title 1 funds.
    • Listed as a sponsor on signage and on-stage thank you at Coding to the Moon events

Cast Sponsor – $500 Benefits and recognition opportunities:
    • ¼ page ad in our 2019-2020 Season Program Book
    • A link to your website from the Wild Swan Theater website’s Sponsor Page
    • Two tickets to Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party, February 5, 2020
    • Two tickets to Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions
    • Listed as a sponsor on signage at Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party

Supporting Cast Sponsor – $250 Benefits and recognition opportunities:

    • Two tickets to Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party, February 5, 2020
    • Two tickets to Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions
    • Listed as a sponsor on signage at Countdown to Coding to the Moon Pre Launch Party

For more information about this event and event sponsorships,

please contact Dorothy Ebersole at 734-995-0530 or dorothy@wildswantheater.org


Coding to the Moon: Margaret Hamilton and the Apollo Missions March 4-7,2020 at Towsley Auditorium, WCC

The early scenes of the play are set in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula where Hamilton spent her childhood; the later scenes at MIT’s Instrumentation Lab where Hamilton and her colleagues built and programmed the Apollo Guidance Computer and laid the groundwork for almost all of today’s modern computing. The play is a gripping drama of the daring and risk taking involved in the space missions and how Hamilton’s team averted last minute disasters during the flights of Apollo 8 and Apollo 11. We think that a play about a woman in science can provide positive role models, challenge stereotypes, and give a more inclusive picture of the nature of work in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics for students in grades 4-12.