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2020 has been a difficult and heartbreaking year. We miss gathering in our shared space to experience the magic of theatre. We are so thankful that you've stuck it out with us and cannot thank you enough for your continued support and kind words through this extraordinary time.

Like so many others, our theatre has been hit hard due to the current pandemic and we've had to adapt. This virus has interrupted all of our lives. For us that meant cancelling two productions, educational offerings, and staged readings.

We have all had to adapt and grow during this pandemic and Theatre In The Park is no exception. Our staff, alongside some very talented local artists, have continued to work throughout the year. We were so happy that we were able to produce and stream our production of The Wild Women of Winedale in October. While due to safety reasons we could not gather to record, but we were able to put together a streaming production of Ira David Wood III's A Christmas Carol (which starts streaming today!). We all need a little Christmas and it's just not the Holidays without you.

We have so many exciting things planned for our upcoming season that we cannot wait to share with you! Right now our space is dark, but we keep the light on as a symbol that we'll return. Hopefully we can be together again soon - in person - at our shared space.

In these uncertain times art becomes a beacon and a balm that reminds us that there will be a rainbow after this storm passes. We encourage you, if you are able, to give to your local arts community and help keep the hope alive.

There are many ways that you can give:

Please consider contributing to Theatre In The Park to fund the magic that takes place at the theatre everyday.

We miss you! Stay safe.
-Theatre In The Park

Keep Theatre Alive

As a nonprofit theatre, much of our programming is made possible through individual donations from our giving patrons.

For over 60 years, Theatre In The Park has been producing outstanding theatre for the Triangle and the entire Southeast region. As with all nonprofit performing arts organizations, season membership and box office sales cover only a small portion of our annual operating costs. Your individual and corporate tax deductible contributions enable us to continue our tradition of excellence. Help make the magic possible; donate today.

Below are the donor levels that are featured in the mainstage playbill. 

Levels of contribution include:

  • Producer ($5,000+)
  • Benefactor ($1,000+)
  • Sustainer ($500+)
  • Patron ($250+)
  • Friend ($100+)

For more information on how you can contribute to Theatre In The Park, contact us at 919.831.6058. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, Theatre In The Park donations are tax deductible.     

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