A message from the Artistic Directors and Staff of Seacoast Repertory Theatre

On February 1st, 2021, we began a 42 day, $200k fundraising challenge. With federal Covid relief funding on the horizon, and a financial gap to fill before then, we turned to the community that has supported us with such loyalty and devotion over the years to help us to the other side. We are thrilled to report that 42 days later, we have not only met, but we have surpassed our fundraising goal of $200,000! Over $230,000 rolled in from nearly 300 donors, not just locally but from supporters all over the country and world, which will help keep Seacoast Rep healthy and strong as we enter the next chapter of our existence. The outpouring of love and support has been overwhelming, and we are incredibly heartened to know how deeply you believe in us.

We want you to know that just as you are committed to helping us, we are committed to you. The Rep isn’t going anywhere, and our belief that art can be a force of goodness and change in the world is what keeps the staff, volunteers, artists, craftsmen, technicians and the board of trustees committed to our mission as a nonprofit organization. The Seacoast Repertory Theatre is currently open to small, socially distanced audiences (as well as live streaming shows) and we hope to see you soon, when you feel comfortable and safe to return. Our Spring presentations are the audience favorite Godspell and recent Tony winner Fun Home, both running through April and May. We know you’ll adore them! The economy of the pandemic has not been kind to us, but because of your love and support we are weathering this economic storm. With a light on the horizon, we know The Rep will be here for years to come.

Being a nonprofit and a community service, fundraising will always be an important part of Seacoast Rep’s survival, and we will always gratefully accept donations and support in the future. If you would like to learn about ways to continue supporting us, or if you own a business that you think would be a viable candidate for a sponsorship, please leave your name and contact information with Zane at the Box Office (603-433-4472) so that we can follow up, or use the links on the right side of this page.

Thank you again, from all of us at Seacoast Repertory Theatre, for believing in the art we make on our stage.

Ben, Brandon, and the Entire Staff of Seacoast Repertory Theatre


Donate By Check

Make check payable to Seacoast Repertory Theatre and in the comment note “Bridge The Gap”

Checks should be mailed to Seacoast Repertory Theatre, 125 Bow Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801