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Risks and challenges
Kickstarter funding will cover one third of production costs, The risk is that ticket sales, concessions, program ads and local donations would fail to cover the remaining costs. We are working with an accomplished public relations expert to make sure locals are aware of the show. In addition, David and Peter each have numerous business contacts and a long history of local performances yielding a large audience who look forward to their appearances (for example 150 turned out for a staged reading in February 2013 advertised only by word of mouth). They both have excellent relations with local newspapers, radio and television stations who have all offered extensive coverage of their other projects. Divine Lunacy has great relevance and a large natural audience as yet unfamiliar with Gabriel and Quince. With its history of sold-out performances seven years ago at the Black Swan Theatre as well as the turnout for the Divine Lunacy staged reading in February, we are confident we'll exceed our audience projections and that this will be only the first of numerous stagings of the show here in Oregon and elsewhere.
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