Your Support Matters Now More than Ever!
Like our fellow arts organizations all around the world, La Jolla Playhouse cancelled its theatrical performances in response to the COVID-19 situation. This has resulted in a significant loss in revenue for our organization.
As a non-profit theatre company, La Jolla Playhouse relies on individual, corporate, foundation and government support to produce and develop new, innovative, and diverse works, as well as our countless educational and military programs.
Now, more than ever, your donation to La Jolla Playhouse is vital!
While we currently cannot welcome you back into our theaters to experience the thrill of live theater together, please know that we are working remotely to create virtual content that you can enjoy at home. We hope these initiatives will help take you a journey into our treasured history guided by staff and beloved artists, expand your mind with classes and programs you can share with your whole family, and surprise you with work by artists who are working beyond the walls of traditional theater.
During this time, our exceptional staff and artists are busy planning and developing our upcoming 20/21 Season. We cannot wait to welcome you back to our home to experience the rich, moving, and soul stirring work that awaits you in the coming year.
During these times, art is what brings us all together.
None of this is possible without your support.
If you wish to send a contribution by mail, please send to:
La Jolla Playhouse
Attn: Philanthropy Department
PO Box 12039
La Jolla, CA 92039
(As of 3/27/20, we are still able to accept mail delivery.)
To donate by phone or for more information, please contact Julia Foster, Director of Philanthropy, at [email protected] or cell phone: (970) 376-0583.
La Jolla Playhouse is a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Your gift is fully tax-deductible as a charitable contribution to the extent allowed by law. Tax ID 95-1941117
Top banner: Chad Kimball and cast members in COME FROM AWAY; photo by Kevin Berne