Ten dollars is extremely helpful on a project like this. You will receive an electronic thank-you note. Probably in March, when things settle down. It won't be much, but it really means a lot that you gave. Thank you so much.
You're a tither, aren't you? You took us a tenth of the way to our goal! You will receive a haiku revolving around the holy event or deity or former school teacher of your choosing. And it will rhyme, unless memes in contemporary poetry favor the lack of rhyming, which will be researched and applied to your haiku!
That was awesome and unexpected. You will get both a random page and a NOT random (un-random) page from the script, as described above. If you're thinking you could get the same by two separate pledges totalling $62, your math skills are reward enough to cover the $28 difference. (...and yes, it's really a $38 difference, which you know b/c you are Math-Amazing! Mathazing!)
Abernathy, the Old Kent Road Theater art designer, will email you two cast-off, abandoned illustrations for this play. That'll happen, but mostly I just wanted to mention her here and plug her blog, www.abernathyart.blogspot.com/
Ruiner. You ruined this for everyone. Still, by bringing us to our goal you make us happy. You throw us off balance. Are you a Libra? I'll take that as a "yes." I don't know which way to turn, so you get an indecisive handshake.
You don't understand Kickstarter and you don't care. Your name will be typed on the program in a ridiculous font. There will be no description of why it's there. Nothing. It'll just appear on everyone's program. It's the kind of person you are. Bam! Way to be. (Oh, and there can be 3 of you.)