Center Theatre Group - L.A.'s Theatre Company
Join us for these exciting Donor Events
Sunday, November 23Opening Performance: What the Butler SawMark Taper Forum
Tuesday, December 2Opening Performance: Luna GaleKirk Douglas Theatre
Sunday, December 14Opening Performance and Donor Dinner: Blithe SpiritAhmanson Theatre
Are you interested in becoming a Donor Relations Volunteer?
Donor Relations Volunteers are a small and select group of high-level volunteers responsible for assisting the Center Theatre Group (CTG) Development Team.
A passion for theatre and positive attitude are required. If you would like to be considered, please review the complete volunteer description and submit a completed application.
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As a donor of Center Theatre Group, you can enjoy experiences designed to bring you closer to the magic that happens on the stage. Meeting the actors, listening to the playwrights, and seeing how a production is formed are just a few of the benefits that you can begin enjoying today!
Ticket sales account for only a portion of what it takes to make these productions happen. Your contribution directly supports our artistic and educational outreach efforts. Every gift makes a difference.
Center Theatre Group's award-winning Education and Community Partnerships Department focuses on three key areas – audiences, educators and emerging artists – to inspire, invest in and contribute to the Los Angeles community. Serving more than 25,000 program participants annually through innovative education and engagement programs, CTG is dedicated to the development of artists, educators, and young people’s skills and creativity through the exploration of theatre, its literature, art and imagination. This would not be possible without the support of our donors who keep these programs alive and vibrant.
Learn more about our Education and Community Partnerships Department
Read more about the potential impact of your gift on The GRID, Center Theatre Group's interactive blog.
L to R: Will Roland, Jimmy Brewer, Coby Getzug and Harrison Chad in the world premiere of The Black Suits. Photo by Craig Schwartz
Inset: Alicia Hall Moran and Nathaniel Stampley in The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess. Photo by Michael J. Lutch.