In this time of COVID-19, your donation means more than ever. It helps us bring the artistic and real-life benefits of theatre education to our community through a wide variety of online classes, programs, and performances, as well as to keep our staff and faculty of professional theatre artists employed. In an effort to make more classes financially accessible to students during the COVID-19 crisis, we are offering more financial aid than ever and have supplied technology (tablets and hotspots) to young students who lack access. We’ve worked hard to make sure our programs and scholarship funds can safely meet the overwhelming need of the low-income families we serve through our new virtual youth and Life Stories programs.
- Creative Resilience Campaign: Help support The Theatre Lab in 2020. The 2020 Dramathon also supported the Creative Resilience campaign.
- General Donations: We depend on individual contributions, as well as corporate and foundation grants, to keep our tuition affordable and accessible.
Scholarship Funds: Send a deserving kid to our award-winning summer camps.
Volunteer: Whether you are looking for a one-time or ongoing volunteer commitment, sign up for our listserv to be notified when opportunities become available.
Life Stories Programs: Through training in acting, storytelling, screenwriting and directing, The Theatre Lab's Life Stories program teaches people from marginalized populations to create original dramatic works using their own life experiences.
Other Ways to Support Us: There are many ways to support our work. Become a Theatre Lab member, sponsor an event, donate in-kind items or establish a lasting legacy by making The Theatre Lab a part of your estate plan.
The Fund for Transformative Theatre Education: This capacity-building fund was established during The Theatre Lab's 25th anniversary to lay a foundation to provide award-winning arts education and outreach programs for years to come.