A big thank you for theatreWeek!
We're sending a big thank you to theatre patrons across the Washington area who supported our outstanding artists and theatres through theatreWeek - and who got themselves some one-of-a-kind bargains along the way!
Thanks, also, to our extrordinary constituent theatres who dug a little deeper to create the kind of discounts that inspire both old friends and new customers to visit the stages that makes our community such a vibrant and important part of the DC landscape.
Finally, a heartfelt thanks to our sponsors who continue to support the work of theatreWashington as their community's unified voice, building on more than three decades of service through The Helen Hayes Awards.
Our theatreWeek 2015 Sponsors include:
City Kids Theater
Constellation Theatre Company
Olney Theatre Center
Pointless Theatre Company
Red Branch Theatre Company
Shakespeare Theatre Company
Teatro de la Luna
The Rose Theatre Co.
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company
With a special thanks for the generous support of the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities.
See you next year, bigger, better, brighter. Until then, GO SEE A SHOW!
Special thanks to our Washington theatres whose vibrant work and exciting images inspired our visual campaign for theatreWeek 2015. Those theatres include Arena Stage – Caroline Clay in The Blood Quilt, photo by C. Stanley Photography; Carlos Saldana in The Pirate Laureate And The King Of The Sea, photo by Wilder Photography; The Hub Theatre – Jenna Sokolowski in Typographer’s Dream, photo by C. Stanley Photography; NextStop Theatre Company – Sun King Davis in A Man For All Seasons and Marilyn Bennett in Love, Loss, And What I Wore, photos by Traci J. Brooks Studios; Olney Theatre Center – Nova Y. Payton (front) with Calvin McCullough, Christopher Mueller, and Emily Zickler in Godspell, photo by Stan Barouh; Signature Theatre – Wesley Taylor in Cabaret, photo by Margot Schulman; Theatre J – Kimberly Gilbert in Life Sucks, photo by C. Stanley Photography.