Whether you are a performing artist, visual artist, technician, craftsman, or arts enthusiast, we invite you to join us in creating a space for innovation, development, and exploration in the performing arts.
What does it mean to be a member of a performance cooperative?
If you are an artist that wants to contribute to developing a rich creative cultural environment in Milwaukee; if you are an artist looking for other artists to create new or innovative work with and work outside of the traditional performance worlds; if you are an artist who wants nothing more than to make inspired and unique work in the performing arts, then you embody the ideals of a Cooperative Performance member.
Through your vote, member contribution, and participation, you help decide the projects the company produces, the events we engage in, and the future of Cooperative Performance.
Members create and produce the projects as well as help shape the work and its future through direct feedback with the projects' creators. Together we can create great works of performance.
Membership is open to any individual who wishes to join. We encourage diverse artists and patrons alike to join us in a community of people dedicated to research, innovation, and development in the performing arts.
How do you become a member?
Purchase a membership online. We will reach out with more information and to have you complete a membership form. Memberships are valid for one calendar year from the date of purchase.
Member Ownership in Cooperative Performance
Voting rights to elect representatives to the Board of Directors and in all other member-wide elections.
Opportunity to present performance projects to the Board of Directors for season selection
Discounts on Classes - drop-in and packages
Opportunity to host workshops, readings, etc.
One complimentary ticket per performance run and 10% off any additional tickets.
Fully Vested Member
($50/year, or $200 fully vested membership)
All benefits of an Annual Member
Fully Vested Members are eligible for election to the Board of Directors.
Anna Lee Murray