How to Write a Booster Message for a Playbill

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How to Write a Booster Message for a Playbill
You can write a simple message for a playbill. (writing image by Alison Bowden from

Writing a playbill message is something you may have to do if you're involved in some way with a community theatre project or a local school play. If you head a booster club, purchasing a space in a playbill is a way to show support and help the drama group raise funds. In this space, you will typically write a brief message supporting the cast, and writing this message should be simple and quick.

Skill level:


  1. 1

    Write down the basic message you want to convey in the playbill, congratulating the cast on the performance.

  2. 2

    Scan what you have written to see if there are any unnecessary words you can cut out, like "very," "truly" or other words that don't add meaning.

  3. 3

    Continue cutting the message down until it is about 30 words, a basic guideline for most playbill messages.

  4. 4

    Write a signature line under the message, like "From, The Wildcats Booster Club."

  5. 5

    Hand the message to whoever is putting together the playbill. Also make your payment at this time to cover the costs of the message.

Tips and warnings

  • You can include a line of congratulations for the director, choreographer or costume maker as well.

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