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
499 Alabama Street, #450, San Francisco, CA, 94110, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for CA$H, the Creative Assistance for the Small and Hungry regranting program
Each year, Theatre Bay Area makes approximately forty CA$H grants which enable a diverse range of small-budget organizations and individuals to develop innovative new dance and theater works that are vital to fostering a dynamic performing arts ecosystem. Although the grants are small—$2,000 or $4,000—these critical investments have helped numerous emerging artists and ensembles to stage their works. With renewed support, Theatre Bay Area would continue to provide these important resources to the community and work to increase the alignment of this work with its new strategic plan.
for Bay Area Performing Arts Spaces
As described above, Theatre Bay Area will partner with Dancers Group and Fractured Atlas Productions to create and implement a marketing and communications plan for Bay Area Performing Arts Spaces, increase user traffic to the site, and provide local customer service.