We're Fandom Musicals, a musical theater group from Toronto, and we are preparing for our first ever show, Fandom Hearts, a Kingdom Hearts parody musical. Taking inspiration from Starkid parody musicals, we've written an 88 page script with 17 original songs, drawing inspiration of the story from the first Kingdom Hearts game, with jokes, tropes, and characters from the whole series. It's a musical that pokes fun at stuff gamers love, but celebrates the parts of the game that makes it memorable.
PLEASE NOTE that this show is made by fans, for fans entertainment. We will not recieve profit from this funding. The entire musical will be posted online for free after the Toronto performances. You do not need to be in Toronto to see it.
WHAT WILL THE FUNDING GO TOWARDS?
We are also raising money to rent out the Terragon Theater, located in Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where we would perform the show for a week to an audience of 100 each night. Once we hit the 50% we will introduce stretch goals to existing tiers that include tickets to the show from September 16, 2013 - September 22, 2013
Our total cost for costumes, including various wigs, and comfortable shoes comes to a total of $800. The total cost for props for the show will be $545.The total cost also includes the payment of $300 for our pianist to play live at the shows. A button maker, and button templates for $260, which we will use to send out the incentives you guys donate to. The cost of the theater, The Terragon, which we will rent for a week for performances for a rental cost of $2825.
We are set on a Flexible Funding campaign, so if there's a chance we don't make our deadline, we will use whatever we have to bring you the best possible version of the show online. If we overfund our goal, we will bring you new stretch goals, so stay updated.
Here's the link for the campaign: [link]
Here's our YouTube: [link]
Our Facebook: [link]
Our Tumblr / Website: [link]
And Twitter: @FandomMusicals
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