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Hampton Theatre Company
If you enjoy our shows, please Be An Angel!
Help support future productions by making your tax-deductible gift today.

Prince: $60+ Listing in the HTC’s playbills for one year.
Power: $125+ Listing in the HTC’s playbills for one year.
Virtue: $250+ Listing, invitations to opening night parties and one complimentary ticket to opening night performances.
Dominion: $500+ Listing, invitations to opening night parties and two complimentary tickets to the performance of your choice.
Throne: $1000+ Listing, invitations to opening night parties and four complimentary tickets to the performance of your choice.
Cherub: $2500+ Listing, invitations to opening night parties and six complimentary tickets to the performance of your choice.
Seraph: $5000+ All of the above.

Thank you in advance for your support.
Summer Benefit 2020
I can't attend the benefit, but I'd love to show my support with this tax deductible donation.
June 2022 Appeal
Dear Friends,

On behalf of the board, actors, production staff and volunteers of the Hampton Theatre Company, I want to let you know how thrilled we were to return in 2021-22 to a full slate of stage productions in Quogue – our 37th season! Our heartfelt appreciation to those of you who were able to join us for “Native Gardens,” “Ripcord” and “A Doll's House, Part 2,” as well as everyone who donated so generously to the HTC during what has been a very difficult and challenging time for live theatre. Audiences remain the lifeblood of any theatre company, and HTC’s showed themselves to be both loyal and engaged this past season, while adhering to the health protocols we put in place to protect you, your families and your communities.

Those of us who are involved in the HTC take great pleasure in sharing with our audiences the joy and understanding, laughter and inspiration of memorable plays that entertain while shedding light on the human condition. I'm pleased to announce a trio of wonderful plays for our 2022-23 season: "Over the River and Through the Woods" by Joe DiPietro (October 20 - November 6), "The Lifespan of a Fact" (March 16 - April 2) by Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, and "The Portuguese Kid" (May 25 - June 11) by John Patrick Shanley. Tickets and subscriptions to next season’s shows – including special discounts for packages of all three plays – are available now at, or by calling the box office at 631-653-8955.

In order for us to continue to bring East End audiences the most polished and professional productions at very modest ticket prices – and with Covid challenges limiting our ability to fill our theater to capacity – it's more important than ever for our patrons to provide us with ongoing financial support each and every year. As ticket sales alone cover only 50 percent or less of our costs, we depend on the generosity of our Angels and their annual gifts to keep our theatre viable. Donations may be made securely by clicking on the link below or by sending checks directly to: The Hampton Theatre Company, PO Box 400, Quogue, NY 11959-0400.

An important date we'd like you to circle this summer: SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, when we'll be celebrating the start of our 38th season with a gala benefit at a private venue in Quogue. The event will include a special performance by members of the company, live music during cocktails, and plenty of opportunities to chat up and/or get to know your fellow theatre lovers in a gorgeous outdoor setting. Tickets for the benefit are available now on our website, with invitations going out soon. We hope you'll join us and encourage others to do so as well.

Again, many thanks from all of us at the HTC for your essential role in ensuring a healthy future for our beloved theater. We look forward to seeing you at our summer benefit, and again at the theater this fall!
Andrew Botsford

For the Board of Directors: Andrew Botsford, Rosemary Cline, Terrance Fiore, Amanda Griemsmann, George Loizides, Lynne Jones, Diana Marbury, Roger Moley, Lucinda Morrisey and Betsy Webb Rowe