Sharing stories, building bridges, and celebrating the kaleidoscope of the human experience
In the spirit of this holiday season, we ask you to reflect on what theatre does for you. Our Managing Director Kit Ingui often talks about the role of the arts in repairing our human infrastructure. The arts build empathy and foster resilience, and of the arts, theatre’s power is unique.
Theatre is the most visibly collaborative of the arts, showing the joy and harmony that are possible when we embrace our shared humanity. Theatre connects art to the human condition directly, showing us how we can move past isolation to a shared lifting of ourselves and our communities.
This Giving Tuesday, we ask you to support Long Wharf Theatre so that we can continue to create theatre that connects you to your world. With our One City, Many Stages season, we are sharing stories, building bridges, and celebrating the kaleidoscope of the human experience. When you become a donor or a member today, you support theatre-making that counts no one out and invites everyone in.
With heartfelt thanks,
Long Wharf Theatre
*Did you know that you can make a distribution to Long Wharf Theatre from your IRA without incurring tax on the withdrawal? Your generous act of giving to support our theatre can actually reduce your taxable income each year.
If you are at least 70 1/2 years old and are interested in taking advantage of this excellent opportunity, please contact Director of Philanthropic Engagement Elizabeth Monz at (203) 772-8237 or email@example.com.