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Celebrate Women Theater Artists

Thank you for being a vital part of Women’s Project Theater community.

Women’s Project Theater holds a unique place as the nation’s oldest and largest company dedicated to producing and promoting theater created by women. Your support is essential to providing women theater artists the opportunities they so richly deserve, but rarely receive.

 

Donate Today!  Click or call (212) 765-1706


 

FRIEND US!

Women’s Project Theater announces its new FRIEND US! Membership program. For a donation of $100 or more members are eligible to purchase tickets to Main Stage Productions before they go on sale to the public. Additional benefits include: invitations to members-only readings; exclusive access to member’s hotline; membership discounts on season subscriptions; invitations to special events; member listing in Playbill programs; WP’s e-newsletter, and more!

FRIEND US TODAY!

Friend Us! Click or call (212) 765-1706

 

Help us to produce critically acclaimed work by extraordinarily talented women artists.

Make your tax-deductible contribution today.

• Make your secure on-line donation here
• Call (212) 765-1706
• Send your check made payable to Women’s Project & Productions, Inc., 55 West End Ave, New York, NY 10023

After 36 years, and over 600 productions, WP’s mission remains absolutely vital. The percentage of professional theater productions created by women persistently hovers around 20% nationwide.

Over the past few seasons, WP has garnered a myriad of honors for its dynamic mainstage productions, including Lortel, Lilly, Drama Desk, and Obie Awards, all of which would not be possible without YOUR generosity.

You are essential to the artists we serve and the art we make. Thank you for donating!

WP is a budget-conscious, not-for-profit organization operating under a 501(c)(3). A copy of WP’s financial statements are available online at the New York State Charities Bureau, or contact Women’s Project at 212.765.1706 to request a copy of our most recent annual report.

 

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