Support the Rep in 2020
Will you help us launch into our new year by donating or becoming a member?
Our 2020 Season is going to be a year of more and better – more performances, more people served, better production values, better programs, better camps and classes, and more choices. Our staff and performers are ready to go. We’ll be fielding more than 300 performances across nine Mainstage productions and countless one-offs, limited runs, and experiments. We’re gearing up to expand our service to at-risk and underserved members of our community, including seniors through a new senior program.
We’re hoping you’ll join us in our efforts to pursue our mission to enrich the culture of the Seacoast through the shared experience of live theatre by donating or becoming a member today.
We can’t do it without you. Ticket sales and tuition cover the vast majority of what we do, but our ability to grow, adapt, and do better hinges on the support of our donors. Your support helps us give financial assistance to dozens of students, pay fair wages to working artists, and invest in people and technology that helps make our programs shine.
Our goal is to raise $25,000 by the end of the year so we can head into the 2020 season strong! For every $50 in donations we receive, we will donate one ticket to the Portsmouth Library. So a donation today will help us meet our year end goals as well as helping to send someone in our community to a show, who might not be able to go otherwise.
Our very best wishes to you and your loved ones this holiday season!
What People are Saying
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“Wish we had discovered the theater earlier.”
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