a campaign for new georges in unsteady times

Over the past months, we’ve come to realize that all the things we need and appreciate most—our artists, our friends, our mutual care—can be captured in one word.

Sustenance. 

Since we didn’t see our way to a benefit party this year, we’re rolling into 2021 with a full-on, slightly longer campaign, built for the questions the times have put in front of us.

Please join our Sustenance Campaign with a gift of any amount, and help us sustain our community of artists, their exuberantly theatrical work, their continuing impact on our field and on our culture.

Questions?  Thoughts?  Managing Director/Producer Jaynie Saunders Tiller is always up for a chat.  Email her at jaynie@newgeorges.org

JOIN THE CAMPAIGN HERE

 

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