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Now starting its 46th season, Philadelphia Theatre Company is regarded as one of the leading producers of work from the playwrights, actors, directors, and designers who represent the next generation of great American artists.
Housed in the state-of-the-art Suzanne Roberts Theatre and under the artistic direction of Paige Price, the Company develops plays and musicals that are thoughtfully conceived and imaginatively staged. Philadelphia Theatre Company’s commitment to theatre that is as challenging as it is entertaining stands at the heart of the Company’s effort to develop an audience of open-minded theatregoers.

Subscriptions and ticket sales comprise a small portion of the Company’s revenues. As a non-profit organization, Philadelphia Theatre Company relies on the generous support of individuals, businesses, foundations, and other institutions to provide affordable tickets, fund accessibility and educational initiatives, and make great theatre happen. World premieres, site-specific productions, innovative solo performances, outreach initiatives: Everything Philadelphia Theatre Company does on the stage and beyond is thanks to you.


Since our first season in 1974, individuals like you have embraced Philadelphia Theatre Company as a vital part of the region’s arts and culture scene. A gift of any amount supports our ability to bring the most vibrant theatrical voices to the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. With your support, we inspire audiences to be curious and to explore the American experience from new perspectives. Your gift also allows us to make tickets available at drastically reduced prices every season, opening the transformative world of theatre to everyone. Support at the $100 level and above qualifies you for membership in one of our giving circles, which comes complete with unique access to the world of theatre-making.


Philadelphia Theatre Company’s giving circle for donors under 40, Headliners is made up of young professionals from across the Delaware Valley who are passionate about culture and civic engagement. The work Philadelphia Theatre Company does to showcase plays and musicals by and for underrepresented communities and build an audience that reflects the ethnic, racial, cultural, and socioeconomic diversity of the city would be impossible without this new generation of philanthropically-minded Philadelphians. Headliners brings everyone from up-and-coming entrepreneurs to performance enthusiasts together for one-of-a-kind evenings at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre.


Philadelphia has been a hub of economic and cultural activity for three centuries now, and partners at all levels—from small businesses to multi-national corporations—live their missions by making a meaningful impact at Philadelphia Theatre Company. Whether your company is dedicated to seeing the arts thrive in the 21st century or committed to making theatrical landmarks like the Suzanne Roberts Theatre available to the most under-resourced communities in Philadelphia, you will find a home in Philadelphia Theatre Company’s corporate partnership program. Highly-visible season and show sponsorships are available as part of custom-made corporate memberships packed with a wide range of benefits that promise to express your philanthropic values, acknowledge employee contributions, and reach your marketing goals.


The future is made more certain by those who invest in it. Legacy giving at Philadelphia Theatre Company is a way to make a future gift that will ensure the Company’s vision lives on well into the next century and beyond—for your children, your children’s children, and the countless generations who have yet to see a performance at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. With a legacy gift to Philadelphia Theatre Company, you maintain control of your assets during your lifetime, and your loved ones may receive meaningful tax benefits later in life. Whether you contribute through a bequest in a will or trust or a beneficiary designation on your retirement account, life insurance, or other estate-planning vehicles, your legacy gift ensures that Philadelphia Theatre Company will remain in the vanguard and reach ever more diverse audiences long into the future.


Between September 1, 2018, and August 31, 2019, Philadelphia Theatre Company received more than $3 million in philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies. Every dollar raised supports our productions, our programs, and the people that have been bringing you riveting plays and musicals from established and emerging artists for nearly half a century. We are proud to recognize and publicly thank those whose generosity makes Philadelphia Theatre Company’s work possible.


To discuss what kind of gift is right for you, call Jessica Pasquariello, Associate Director of Development at 215-985-1400 x117. Jessica can also be reached via email at [email protected]

Donations made by mail should be accompanied by the form below and sent to:
Philadelphia Theatre Company
215 South Broad Street, Suite 304
Philadelphia, PA 19107