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For a powerful impact in your community, sponsoring Matheatre demonstrates to your community that you or your organization value STEM education, curiosity, scientific literacy and imagination.
We inspire curiosity and scientific literacy through live theatre, a unique experience that also fosters empathy, abstract thinking and attention span. Many students we reach report that this was their first time experiencing a live play. Other students tell us they didn’t enjoy math until our show framed it in a way that spoke to them. Still others are bolstered by the rare catharsis of being entertained by an experience that unapologetically celebrates the cerebral.
Our world desperately needs people who are scientifically literate and intellectually curious. We work to engage and recruit those people through the performing arts.
Thank you for supporting the imagination of the next generation of scientists and visionaries.
Demonstrate your commitment to STEM education by sponsoring Matheatre’s mission.
Matheatre’s mission is to use live theatre to tell stories that inspire excitement about math and science. With live touring productions Voyagers, Curie Me Away!, Nikola Tesla and the Mother of Invention, and Emilie’s Dramatic Sarcastic Mathematics Playlist, we offer a varied catalog of STEAM experiences for students, science enthusiasts, and laypeople.
All 2022-23 sponsors get:
NASA’s Voyager mission turned points of light into worlds, dramatized in Matheatre’s planetarium musical, Voyagers.
Marie and Pierre Curie isolated this radioactive element for the first time in 1898, dramatized in our chemistry musical Curie Me Away!
Nikola Tesla’s most revolutionary innovation, dramatized in our musical Nikola Tesla and the Mother of Invention.
Émilie du Châtelet quantified the relationship of energy to mass and velocity, dramatized in Émilie’s Dramatic Sarcastic Mathematics Playlist.
We know the structure of DNA, the building blocks of all living organisms, thanks to Rosalind Franklin’s “Photograph 51,” dramatized in our podcast History Science Theatre, Season 1.
In-Kind sponsorship opportunities are also available in the following sectors:
Sten & Erin
Annie Bosworth Foley
Llysa Holland & Andrew Litzky
La Familia Pedrosa
The Nexus TV
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