Here are some examples of what contributions at different levels help to support. Please donate at whatever level you feel most comfortable, even if the amount is not listed here - thank you!
$60 makes it possible for one public high school student to participate in the Stage Doors Program for a semester. Stage Doors students attend a Broadway or Off Broadway show and participate in classroom workshops designed to enhance their experience.
$100 makes it possible for a TDF teaching artist to conduct one pre- or post-performance workshop in the classroom.
$300 makes it possible for one public high school student to participate in the Residency Arts Project (RAP) for a school year. RAP students are taught how to write their own one-act plays and attend two Broadway or Off Broadway plays that serve as an inspiration for their playwriting.
$800 makes it possible for an audio describer to provide audio description for one Broadway performance for our patrons who are blind or have vision loss.
$1,000 makes it possible for a sign language interpreter to provide interpreting for one Broadway performance for our patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
$1,250 makes it possible for an open caption operator to provide captioning for one Broadway performance for our patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
$1,500 enables one public high school student to participate in Open Doors- the theatre arts mentoring program inspired by playwright Wendy Wasserstein-for a full school year. Students attend six matinee performances, followed by post-performance discussions facilitated by prominent theatre professionals.
$1,800 covers the full cost of audio describing one Broadway performance, including fees for the audio describer and technician, earbuds and receivers for our patrons and audio description equipment.
$5,000 makes it possible for three classes in one public high school to participate in Stage Doors for a semester.
$13,000 enables one Open Doors group to participate in Open Doors for a full school year.
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