Known for developing and presenting innovative and provocative new plays, Crowded Fire contributes to the creation of a contemporary canon that reflects the diversity of the Bay Area, and is instrumental in introducing the region to new playwrights. In addition to three mainstage productions each season, it offers a robust new play development program that includes commissions, in-house workshops, and an annual free public reading series. One of three resident theaters at Potrero Stage in San Francisco, Crowded Fire reaches more than 3,000 audience members annually and serves nearly 100 artists.
About the Grantee
1695 Eighteenth Street C101 Annex, San Francisco, CA, 94107, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for general operating support
Crowded Fire Theater trains and supports theater artists, and produces new works from communities historically underrepresented in American theater. In addition to developing and presenting an annual season of one to four mainstage productions each year, the organization offers programs that support the development of playwrights, actors, stage technicians, and designers. In a typical year, the theater reaches as many as 2,500 audience members and works with approximately 100 theater artists. Support of Crowded Fire Theater Company aligns with the Performing Arts Program’s Communities strategy.