These organizations are the life-blood of Stage Left Theater. Their generous donations help fund every aspect of our production year. Please consider becoming a patron of their organizations, as well as becoming a
Season Partner of Stage Left!
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My subject matter includes Spokane's historic buildings, landmarks and popular attractions. It also includes frequently overlooked buildings that are either architecturally or historically significant but often ignored in alternative artistic mediums.
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Spokane Arts supports arts and culture in the region through grant-making, programming, advocacy, and professional development. We foster creativity by providing direct support to individuals, groups, and organizations in the creative sector, and we promote local arts and culture to the wider community.
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These people and organizations help fund specific shows, festivals, and events throughout our season. If you would like to sponsor one (or more!) of our productions or festivals, or if you'd like to purchase specific supplies for a show, click on the CONTACT US tab in the navigation bar at the top of the page.
Stage Left Theater is truly a labor of love, and we fully rely on our exceptional team of volunteers to help create the engaging theater for which we are known. From bartending to ushering, set-building to cleaning, we have a place for you! If you'd like to be a part of our fun and energetic team, you can use the CONTACT US tab in the navigation bar, or click the button to go to our
Facebook Volunteers page!
Stage Left Theater produces 5-6 Main Stage productions, 4 New Works festivals, and multiple Special Events both on our stage and in our community each season. Thousands of eyes see our playbills and websites annually! Let us help bring visibility to your business.
We welcome local and regional directors, designers, and playwrights to connect with us. Please include a resumé, a link to your portfolio, or samples of your recent work. We encourage members of marginalized communities to connect with us so that we may continue to shine a spotlight on your important stories.