Brad and Kim Mullin
Meet Shadowbox Live Donors Brad and Kim Mullin!
Brad, a local neurosurgeon, was born and raised right here in Columbus; Kim, an Administrative Assistant at Cons-Inc, was born in Toledo, raised in Michigan, but has called Columbus her home for the last 24 years. Kim first attended a Shadowbox Live show at 2Co’s in 2003. She brought Brad, on their first date, to his first Shadowbox show in 2010. Kim fondly recalls surprising Brad with a visit from Marilyn Monroe. She says, “From that time forward, Shadowbox has been our place.” They have been attending shows with their close friends, extended family, and all their children include Brad’s daughter Linda, who works full time as Shadowbox Live’s costume designer.
The Mullin’s enjoy introducing new patrons to us every time they attend because, they say, “EVERYONE needs to know you're here - - We've seen Broadway shows that don't compare to the talent behind your doors!”
Brad and Kim were prompted to become Shadowbox Live Donors last year with our Kickstarter Campaign to fund the Shadowbox Live Original Musical, Underland. Most recently they donated a brand new sewing machine for our costume department to produce the beautiful designs you see in our shows.
In addition to supporting Shadowbox Live, Brad and Kim also donate to Mt. Carmel Foundation, Otterbein University, Gahanna Jefferson Foundation, and Miami University. They have added Shadowbox Live to their list of beneficiaries because they feel Shadowbox is “a huge asset to Columbus and supporting the arts is extremely important.”
We recognize Brad and Kim this month because of their great generosity (and gifting creativity) and hope you will join them in the spirit of giving! Check out the Shadowbox Live Holiday Wish List at www.shadowboxlive.org/donor-program to get some ideas of ways you can support our endeavors. To become a Shadowbox Live Donor, please contact Edelyn “Eddy” Parker at email@example.com. Happy Holidays!
Dear Friends of Shadowbox Live
Greetings! We hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season thus far. ‘Tis the season to be giving’, and Shadowbox Live is asking for your support by participating in our “Stocking Stuffer” campaign. If you enjoy Shadowbox Live, we’re asking you to stuff our stocking. Not only will you be supporting America’s Largest Resident Theater Company, but your contribution will help us spread the Shadowbox Live cheer throughout the year! In 2012, Shadowbox will have presented 535 performances of 19 different productions to over 80,000 audience members!
I ask you. If you enjoy our productions, won’t you please participate?
Not only will you be recognized as a Shadowbox Donor, but you will be invited to special donor events, and get your name “monogrammed” on our virtual Shadowbox Live Stocking. Just click on the link provided and make your contribution. Check the “Sustaining Donor” box and we will renew your donation using the credit card information you provide automatically every year (until you tell us otherwise.)
All levels of contribution are graciously accepted and greatly appreciated. And I assure you, every dollar donated will be spent wisely.
Thank you so much for your support!! I look forward to updating you regarding the growth of this “Stocking Stuffer” campaign!
Community Relations Director
Shadowbox Holiday Wish List
If you have access to any items on the Shadowbox Holiday Wish List and wish to donate them to Shadowbox Live, please contact “Santa” directly at firstname.lastname@example.org! Gently used items will be considered.
- Industrial serger
- Large fabric cutting table
- Sewing supplies (needles / thread)
- Clothing / costumes with sequins
- Large Costume jewelry
- Mens boots (Black)
- Plus-size Women’s shirts with sequins
- Plus-sIze Women’s dresses with sequins
- Industrial clothing racks with wheels
- Industrial jewelry organizer
- Paper cutter
- A year’s worth of carpet cleaning service
- A year’s worth of refrigeration maintenance service
- A year’s worth of kitchen exhaust hood cleaning
- Upright commercial / industrial grade 2 stage air compressor
- 2 stage cyclone style shop dust collector
- Electric pressure washer
- Security camera switcher / DVR 16 channel
- Video mixer eg: Edirol V-8 or LVS-800 or similar
- Mac computer with Pro-tools
- Sprung dance floor for mezzanine studio
- Walk in freezer for kitchen ~6’9″ x 7’9″ or 9’9″
- SONY or Canon HD video camera – 3 Chip or 3 CMOS / Broadcast quality (Mini DV or HD / Flash storage)
- Steadicam Camera Stabilizing System(Like the Merlin 2)
- Beaachtek XLR Adapter with Phantom power (Like the DXA-2T)
- Sony UWP-V1 Wireless Lav Mic Package