There is nothing more thrilling than the moment of discovery. We create spaces for artists to dream and explore the questions they can’t ask anywhere else.
Our supporters get to be a part of it first.
As a supporter of New York Stage and Film, you will:
Sustain artists at all stages of their careers to take creative risks, experiment, and tell vibrant, diverse stories
Support artists with equitable pay for all of their work and professional opportunities
Belong to a vital community and have a direct relationship with the artists at the heart of it
Ensure audiences are part of the development process by keeping ticket prices low and/or free
Launch landmark work like Hamilton, Hadestown, The Humans, Doubt, American Idiot, and hundreds of other projects that trace their developmental roots to New York Stage and Film
To give a gift over the phone or to transfer stock, please email Abbey Vensel, Development Manager, at email@example.com
Supporting at a level of $1,000 or above, Producers’ Circle Members are the VIPs of New York Stage and Film. When you become a member you join a community dedicated to the development and production of new work for theater and film, gain insider access to our upcoming season and get an exclusive look behind-the-scenes at the New York Stage and Film’s artistic process.
Our Members are among the first to experience stories like this on the brink of becoming sensations. Before works like Hamilton, The Humans, Junk and Hadestown enjoyed success, they incubated at New York Stage and Film where our audiences provided vital feedback as the writers continued to develop their stories.
Producers' Circle members receive:
Exclusive invitation to exclusive virtual events, private readings, film screenings and talkbacks with artists
Priority booking and dedicated ticketing assistance for all NYSAF Seasons
Invitations to VIP parties and events
Images clockwise from top left:
The Tent at Marist College; Nygel D. Robinson in MEXODUS; The cast of INTERSTATE
Ari Groover & Geena Quintos in INTERSTATE; Latoya Edwards in White Girl in Danger
Photo credit: Buck Lewis