Charleston Stage is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a constituent member of the Theatre Communication Group (TCG), the national organization for the American Theatre. Charleston Stage is funded in part by grants from the South Carolina Arts Commission, a state agency which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as stimulus funding as a part of the American Rescue Plan; the City of Charleston; the Charleston County and contributions from friends like you.

South Carolina Arts Commission 

 
 
 

Below are Contributions Made Between MAY 1, 2022 - november 14, 2022.

 

 
Season Sponsors:

 
The Albert Sottile Foundation, Georgia Homer Darby and Mary Ellen Long Way, Trustees
American Rescue Plan
Arts, Etc.
Sarah Beardsley and Christopher Randolph
Charleston County
City of Charleston
Daniel Island Community Fund
Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation
Dennis and Lynn Drew
Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation
Katherine Schob Glenn
The Henry and Sylvia Yaschik Foundation
Hewitt Family Fund of Coastal Community Foundation of SC
The John and Carolyn Peterson Charitable Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
The Peter Glenville Foundation
PNC
Dr. Del and Linda Schutte
Ted and Susan Soderlund
South Carolina Arts Commission

 

Benefit Supporters

 
Bessie and Kevin Fealey in Memory of John Edwards
The John and Carolyn Peterson Charitable Foundation

 

 DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE RECEPTION HOSTS

 
Southern Lumber and Millwork Corp
Andersen Windows & Doors

 

CORPORATE CIRCLE

PLATINUM

Appalachian Springs
David Clemmons Agency
Gibbes Museum of Art
Magrath Pejeau Real Estate
Salthouse Catering
Sober Dating, LLC
Tiger Lily
The Zoo Health Club

 

2022-23 Charleston Stage Contributors

 
Contributions to Charleston Stage directly support our vast arts education initiatives that reach over 20,000 Lowcountry youth annually. Year round, students participate in Charleston Stage’s in-school outreach enrichment workshops, TheatreWings Apprentice Program for high school students, (after-school) acting classes, and low-cost and free special school matinees. This funding also provides scholarships for underprivileged youth. Contributions made to Charleston Stage are tax-deductible.

CLICK HERE to view our list of Contributors who made contributions between May 1, 2022 and November 14, 2022.

 
To Support CHARLESTON STAGE PRODUCTIONS AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS, CLICK HERE.

 

 

In Memoriam

 
Anthony & Letty Richey in Memory of Mrs. KC Bell
Tom and Wanda DeLorge in Memory of Harold and Lou Billingsley
Hope Felton-Miller in Memory of Louis DiLalla
Bessie and Kevin Fealey in Memory of John Edwards
Carol & Bill Fealey in Memory of John S. Edwards
Mary Graham in Memory of John Edwards
Nicole Fealey in Memory of John S. Edwards
Myron Steed in Memory of Dennis Marvin Galloway
Ann Bacot & Belk Daughtridge in Memory of Laura Hewitt
John & Judy Halberda in Memory of Roy and Jule Ann Hoffman
Peter A. Mani III in Memory of Annette Mani
Kathryn Meier in Memory of Patrick Meier
Joanna McGovney and Mary Lapetz In Memory of Ann Patrick
Donna Prescott in Memory of Shirley Prescott
John Winthrop Fund in Memory of Adrianne B. Reilly of Coastal Community Foundation of SC
Curtis Tambornino in Memory of Eva Tambornino
Marie & David Turner in Memory of James and Mary Turner
Barbara Young In memory of Jason Andrew Young