Theatre Bay Area

For CA$H, The Creative Assistance For The Small And Hungry Regranting Program

  • Amount
    $225,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    7/11/2016
  • Term
    36 Months
  • Type of Support
    General Support/Program
Overview
Theatre Bay Area is the largest regional theater service organization dedicated to the advancement of the performing arts community. Through its CA$H program, Theatre Bay Area provides invaluable support to individual artists, small presenters, and companies. With 25 to 30 grants each year, the program provides opportunities for presenting and production development, facilitating the creation of works by both emerging and established artists, for performance venues large and small, in conventional and reimagined spaces. Continued support for Theatre Bay Area’s CA$H program will allow the organization to maintain its grantmaking function, introduce an electronic proposal submission system, and develop its internal capacities.
About the Grantee
Address
1119 Market Street, Second floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
Grants to this Grantee
for CA$H, the Creative Assistance for the Small and Hungry regranting program  
Theatre Bay Area is the region’s largest service organization for nonprofit theaters and theater artists. It builds awareness, appreciation, and support for theater through programs that include audience engagement and ticketing services; collaborative marketing and research; professional development opportunities for staff, board members, and artists; and an annual conference. Theatre Bay Area engages more than 20,000 theatergoers and nearly 2,000 theater makers through its suite of membership programs. With this program grant, Theatre Bay Area will continue to offer the CA$H grant program for individual theater artists and small theater companies in 11 Bay Area counties, awarding approximately 30 grants each year.

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