From the bottom of our hearts -
THANK YOU ALL
for making our dreams
come alive on the stage.
Our partners, supporters and donors
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Schools out washington
Our seasons are supported, in part, by:
for the arts
Established by Congress in 1965, the NEA is the independent federal agency whose funding and support gives Americans the opportunity to participate in the arts, exercise their imaginations, and develop their creative capacities.
Through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector, the NEA supports arts learning, affirms and celebrates America’s rich and diverse cultural heritage, and extends its work to promote equal access to the arts in every community across America.
The Washington State Department of Commerce’s mission is to strengthen communities in Washington.
We are the lead state agency charged with enhancing and promoting sustainable community and economic vitality in Washington. We administer a diverse portfolio of more than 100 programs and several state boards and commissions, all focused on helping communities achieve positive growth.
With a focus on racial equity, 4Culture funds, supports, and advocates for culture to enhance the quality of life in King County. We work to ensure access to cultural experiences for all, from museum collections to theater productions to artists showing work in our gallery.
The Arts Commission advises the City Council regarding the arts in Bellevue. The commission may hold public meetings and make studies, analyses and reports requested by the council
ArtsWA is the Washington State Arts Commission. We are a state agency, formed by the Washington State Legislature in 1961. Our mission is to nurture and support the role of the arts in the lives of all Washingtonians.
ArtsWA values diversity, equity, and inclusion. We believe in diverse forms of artistic expression. The arts amplify voices across all populations. Access to arts and arts education should be available for everyone. The arts can and should address inequities, model inclusion, and teach empathy.
School’s Out Washington is working to ensure equitable access to high-quality, expanded learning programs in all Washington communities—especially for low-income youth and youth of color. Through advocacy, professional learning, and grants we have established a foundation of support and expertise that enables and enriches the critical work of youth-serving organizations.
Theatre Supporters ($100 - $500)
Friends of the Theatre (up to $100)
Evergreen Roses LLC
With deepest gratitude to our 2021 donors.
Zara Alminova and Michael Mostov
Elena and Scott Bundren
Inna Grishina and Maksim Potlasov
Ekaterina and Vasiliy Kochergin
Julia and Den Volkov
Theatre Advocates ($501 - $2000)
Irina and Sergey Bogdanov
Yelena and Mitchell Camiel
Elena and Gleb Groysman
Patrons of the Arts (over $2000)
Arthur and Era Agadjanyan
Marianna and Yuri Chebotarov
Network for Good
Bellevue Arts Commision
School’s Out WA