Donations & Sponsorship

Can you be our Hero?

Accidental Humour Co needs your help for our next adventure. We can be courageous onstage, but the real heroics come from your support behind the scenes.

Accidental Humor Co is an innovative theatre company creating hilarious, exciting and original multimedia performances. Their blend of live action antics and high octane video projections have enthralled audiences and critics alike for the past 8 years.  

The Spark: A hero takes charge.  This origin story is our unique spin on the superhero genre and is bound the be electrifying!

Yea… that pun just happened!

How to be a Hero:

Apprentice -$1-99

  • Printed program thank-you and social media / website shout-out.

Sidekick – $100 -249

  • Signed “Spark” poster.
  • Be a guest star on the Accidental Humor Podcast.
  • All Apprentice perks

Mentor – $250-999

  • Have a character in the show named after you – (3) available.
  • 5 tickets to opening night of “The Spark” (Aug 18, 2017)
  • All Sidekick perks

Hero – $1000+

  • Meet and greet with the cast and crew & Cast and crew.
  • Signed “Spark” superhero shirt
  • 10 tickets to opening night of “The Spark” (Aug 18, 2017)
  • All Sidekick perks

To Become a sponsor or for more info please contact: info@accidentalhumour.com

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Past Fundraising Missions

Thank you everyone from the bottom of our hearts for your generous support fundraising for the he 3rd annual Battle for the Limelight.  Thanks to you, our team, the “AccHum Vacchum was able to raise over $1600 and smashed our goal and last year’s fundraising record!

Because we reached our fundraising goal, the team competed, as promised, with a handicap for each team member, something the other teams thought we were crazy for doing…14317417_1144096765667330_1924681216647662808_n

Kim Stadelmann, master stage manager, took on the competition practically deaf, Cliff Kelly, the Cowboy himself, competed completely blindfolded, Brent Felzien, the video whiz kid, had to be gagged and silent, and Will Banfield, Jim McCrackin if you’re nasty, was not allowed to use his hands to touch anything.

 

Wish you cold have been there to see it? Well we wanted to take you with us! So we stuck a camera on Willie’s Banfield body and recorded some highlights.
Enjoy:

 


 

We here at Accidental Humour Co work very hard at our shows. We strive to create quality material that excites and entertains not only us, but our audience.Because we are a ragtag group of artists, we depend a great deal on the generous support of our sponsors and fans. We don’t do this because it makes us lots of money (because it sure doesn’t). We do it because we love it and we love to surprise and entertain you.If you are interested in sponsoring our latest show, please contact us. We are glad to take sponsorship in the form of donations or other practical investments. In return we can offer you advertising opportunities in both web and print materials related to our shows. Drop us a line! 

And thank you, from the bottom of our hearts.

~AccHum

 

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