HOW YOU CAN HELP
Simply put, creating sustainable, responsible art requires more financial input than we feel is appropriate to generate through our ticket and merchandise sales alone. It is deeply important to us that our work stays affordable for all to enjoy, but that means we require more assistance from our patrons who are able to help support us.
When you make a sustaining donation to S&F you are supporting our staff of artists and administrators, the education and experience of our youth ensemble, the artistic life of our community, and the arts as a whole!
You may make a tax deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas.
WHAT WE DO
In order to keep our work accessible and affordable for audiences, we rely on the sustaining membership of our patrons. Certain costs we incur are, but are not limited to compensation for ASL interpreters for live performances, production costs, financial compensation for directors, designers, artists, actors, composers, and anyone else who may work on our productions or provides emotional labor, salaries for our staff in residence, and royalties for playwrights.
We are eternally grateful for the generosity of our donors and their support of professional, local, educational, and of course, queer theatre in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
Check out below to see how your donations sustain our work in the Willamette Valley.
$200 per artist
It is our mission to compensate our actors, technicians, designers, and directors for their skill and time.
$500 per production
It is our goal to provide ASL services at certain performances and access services at all. This includes captioning and visual descriptions.
Art for all is a cornerstone of our company. We invest in our community with affordable, accessible productions. Our needs differ from season to season, due to accessibility standards, technical requirements, and educational aspirations.
$5000 per student
We seek to provide scholarships to local students to pursue training post high school in their theatrical field of study.