Outside the March is turning 13, and we’re feeling very lucky!
As we enter our teenage years, we’ve put together a little birthday present for our audiences who’ve grown with us along the way: a short highlight reel looking back on 13 years of unforgettable immersive experiences. See how many you can recognize!
And speaking of birthday presents, two of our most long-standing donors and supporters have made a deeply meaningful gesture to help OtM “save for college.”
The Bulmash-Siegel Foundation and OtM Emeritus Board Member David Lint have generously created a matching fund.
Launching on Giving Tuesday, all donations made to Outside the March until the end of the year will be matched, up to $20,000.
This means a total of $40,000(!) that we can invest in our work supporting:
Our FORWARD MARCH immersive experiences in development
The Build That Never Drops (Me Time)
Rainbow on Mars (Devon Healey & Nate Bitton)
Children of the Bear (Todd Houseman)
A New Black Poet (Jordan Laffrenier)
Our brand new “immersive laboratory” studio in the Junction Triangle: the base of operations for Outside the March. The lab also houses our Program Sound Drop-In Recording Booth, free workshop space for guest immersive projects from the community, and office space for our new “roommates” The Paprika Festival.
OtM’s new BOOST initiative: a support program for Outside the March’s growing team, intended to provide care and peace of mind by providing financial help in moments of unexpected stress or hardship.
Putting together this video has been a great opportunity for us to reflect on all the places we’ve been over the years – and the hundreds of artists and thousands of audience members and supporters who have made those journeys possible.
From the Kindergarten classroom to the Yardsale, and everywhere you’ve met us in between – Thank You to the Outside the March community.
Working together, we can’t wait to Experience What Comes Next.