How to Join.
Joining is super easy, you just need to make sure you have an Access Card first (available here, from the Access tent at O-Week and from the Access desk at Manning year round). You can then come and sign up for SUDS membership at our stall at O-Week at the start of semester one, or at our any of our fortnightly General Meetings, held in the Cellar Theatre.
Not only is it super easy, it’s also super cheap.
General Membership is $5 and Gold Membership is $25. Both will last until O-Week 2017
What’s the difference between the gold and general membership?
Well, with a gold membership you get to see every SUDS Cellar show for free, as many times as you want. And given that we stage around 15-20 shows a year, that might just come in handy. General Membership gets you access to all our Cellar shows for just $3 a pop. Not bad either, huh?
Aside from that, there’s no difference. With both you can still get involved in all our shows, vote in proposals, propose your own shows, run for exec positions and eat our free lunches.
But I’m not an actor! Can I still be involved?
Yes! A production needs more people than just actors – no matter what they might think! Keep an eye out for our Production and Design (PAD) workshops to learn about what goes on behind the scenes of making our shows and even have a go at it yourself.
Even if you want nothing to do with creating what goes on stage, membership will still provide you with cheaper tickets to our shows and events as well as gives you a chance to participate in our General Meetings (GMs) and have a say in deciding what shows you want to see the society putting on.
How can I stay in touch with what’s going on in SUDS?
First and foremost head on over to our Facebook page and throw us a like or follow us on instagram and twitter. We update those social media pages quite often with news and info on our upcoming shows and events.
However, to really get your finger on the pulse of the society, learn about upcoming auditions, meetings, workshops and other fun events, join our Facebook group. We recommend all of our members join as we’ve found it’s the best way to reach you all.
You can also stay in touch with us through our newsletter, The Wash, which you can read all about here.
So I’m a member. What now?