Sponsor a reduced-price student matinee. Underwrite an actor visit to a school. Fund scholarships for teachers and students. All are critical to the continuation of education programs that serve 200,000 youth and adults annually here at OSF and in schools throughout the western United States.
Oregon Arts Commission
Wells Fargo – Special Matinees Lead Sponsor
The Bowmer Society
Michelle and Paul Zygielbaum
Helen Clay Frick Foundation
William Randolph Hearst Education Endowment
OSF’s 2012 production of Henry V , As You Like It, Troilus and Cressida, and Romeo and Juliet is part of Shakespeare for a New Generation, a national theatre initiative sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest.
The Carpenter Foundation
Kaz Foundation for Social Advancement
The Sharkey Family Charitable Foundation
Stephen K. Tyler and Karen A. Telian-Tyler
Joseph R. Parker Foundation
The Lamb-Baldwin Foundation
Y & H Soda Foundation
FAIR is a professional development program that provides participants with an advanced fellowship, assistantship, internship, or resident opportunity to learn best practices across all theatre disciplines.
By supporting FAIR, you can provide travel support for a post-graduate fellowship, sponsor an apprentice in design, directing, education, production, or theatre administration, or fund hands-on training for a college or university intern. Your support can also provide a residency in dramaturgy for a young professional of color.
By mentoring emerging and mid-career theatre artists and administrators, FAIR strengthens the American theatre community and contributes to a vital global exchange of ideas and opportunities.
To support FAIR, please contact Deborah Small at the phone number or email to the right.
Read more about FAIR opportunities.