MDP Circle of Leaders Benefits

By Becoming a member of MDP | Circle of leaders, you will get vIP access to McKoy Dance PROJECT || MDP like never before!

Select your desired level below and begin exploring MDP in new ways. Your contributions as a member directly supports and sustains MDP’s operations and programming. Without the invaluable support of community members like you, MDP could not deliver its mission of amplifying diverse and authentic stories.

Membership Levels

Fellow $75

  • Recognition on the donor pages of MDP printed program materials
  • 10% discount off MDP | Boutique

Leader $150
($150 – 299)

  • All the benefits of Fellow and:
  • Personalized thank you video from MDP
  • Member-only pricing for MDP tickets

Advocate $300
($300 – 499)

  • All the benefits of Leader and:
  • Invitation to a working in-studio rehearsal virtually with brief Q&A with the choreographer
  • 15% discount off MDP | Boutique

Principal $500
($500 – 799)

  • All the benefits of Advocate and:
  • Exclusive invitation to attend a MDP company dress rehearsal on stage
  • Autographed Company Poster

Changemaker $800
($800 – 1,249)

  • All the benefits of Principal and:
  • 2 complimentary tickets to an MDP company performance(s) of your choosing
  • 20% discount off MDP | Boutique

Director $1,250
($1,250 – 1,999)

  • All the benefits of Changemaker and:
  • Complimentary invitation to an in-person session of MDP | Tea Talk
  • Invitation to an MDP Masterclass

Believer $2,500
($2,500 – 4,999)

  • All the benefits of Director and:
  • Intimate conversation with the Directors of MDP
  • 2 additional complimentary tickets to an MDP company performance(s) of your choosing
  • Free MDP Swag which includes a clothing set from the boutique

Visionary $5,000+

  • All the benefits of Believer and:
  • Verbal recognition during pre-performance curtain speech 
  • Opportunities to sponsor a dancer for a particular company project
  • Dress rehearsal invitation and Q&A with MDP Dancers

Company Members Shaina McGregor and Alexander Haquia. Photo by Mariah Gravelin