Theatre Bay Area is Northern California’s largest service organization for nonprofit theaters and theater artists. It provides audience engagement and ticketing services, collaborative marketing and research, professional development opportunities for theater staff and artists, and an annual conference. With this grant supplement, Theatre Bay Area will provide fast-turnaround grants to small-budget theater organizations to help them address either compliance with the California’s new employment law, Assembly Bill 5, or the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
About the Grantee
499 Alabama Street, #450, San Francisco, CA, 94110, United States
Grants to this Grantee
for CA$H Grants Program
Theatre Bay Area is a membership organization that builds awareness, appreciation, and support for theater in the Bay Area. Its programs include marketing, research, professional development opportunities, auditions, and grant programs that serve theaters and artists. Its annual conference draws more than 300 participants. The CA$H Theatre grant program provides grants to artists and small theater companies that support artistic projects, capacity-building activities, and public performances. Support for Theatre Bay Area’s CA$H Theatre grant program aligns with the Performing Arts Program’s Artists strategy.
for general operating support
Theatre Bay Area is the region’s largest service organization for nonprofit theaters and theater artists. It builds awareness, appreciation, and support for theater through programs that include audience engagement and ticketing services; collaborative marketing and research; professional development opportunities for staff, board members, and artists; and an annual conference. Theatre Bay Area engages more than 3,000 individuals and 100 organizations through its suite of membership programs. Support for Theatre Bay Area aligns with the Performing Arts Program’s Artists strategy.
for CA$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.