Support

You can make a gift online (you will be asked to create an account), by calling 916-446-7501 ext. 106, or by mailing a check to:

Sacramento Theatre Company
Attn: Development
1419 H St
Sacramento, CA 95814

Want to spread your gift out over time? Automatic monthly or quarterly payments can be set up by calling the above phone number.

 

Why Donate to STC?

STC provides vital cultural opportunities to all segments of the Sacramento population. As the longest running professional theatre company in Sacramento, we provide experiences that help make Sacramento a vibrant and desirable community in which to live, work, and play. We entertain, educate, inspire, enrich, and engage Sacramento with quality, live theatre experiences. Your contributions ensure that we are able to continue and expand the programs listed below, all of which enhance the quality of life for Sacramento’s citizens.

Our Programs

STC produces seven professional productions, three cabarets, and five youth productions per season and performs from September-May.

STC’s School of the Arts offers several programs serving youth ages 6 to 18. These programs include the Pre-Professional Ensemble, Camps, the School Partnership Program, a professional Internship Program, and the Young Professionals Conservatory.

Youth Outreach

In addition to the School Partnership Program of the STC School of the Arts, STC hosts thousands of students each year for class field trips. Our staff visits many of the classrooms prior to their visit to discuss the significance of the play and the story. These visits are offered at low-cost and sometimes at no-cost to the students.

Senior Outreach

STC works with numerous senior communities and centers to provide affordable theatrical entertainment throughout the year. STC recognizes that seniors sometimes live on fixed incomes and sometimes find it difficult to travel to our facility. We work with senior communities to provide low-cost, accessible entertainment.

Community Partners

STC partners with other area non-profit organizations to educate the community about important topics related to our productions, as well as host certain special events. During the 2015-2016 season, STC partnered with the Sacramento Public Library on Sense and Sensibility,  the Discovery Museum on Of Kites and Kings, the River City Food Bank on Cinderella, the California Automobile Museum on Driving Miss Daisy, the Sacramento Poetry Center on Twelfth Night, Ubuntu Green on The Fantasticks, and the Sacramento SPCA on The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Additional Community Partnerships Info