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Fountain Theatre

The Fountain Fund is the essential sustaining support the theatre needs to keep its lights on.

Your generosity is critical to the excellence and sustainability of The Fountain Theatre's artistic programming and community engagement, including arts education. For information about how you can best support our work -- including bequests -- please contact Barbara Goodhill, Director of Development @ 323.663.1525. x307 or barbara@fountaintheatre.com. Thank you!

Fountain Fund Contribution Levels: 
Angel’s Circle:
Gifts of $5,000 or more
 
Leadership Circle:
Gifts of $2,500 or more
 
Producer’s Circle:
Gifts of $1,500 or more 
Director’s Circle:
Gifts of $1,000 or more 
Patron’s Circle:
Gifts of $500 or more 
Backer’s Circle:
Gifts of $250 or more 
Supporter’s Circle:
Gifts of $100 or more 
Friend’s Circle:
Gifts of $50 or more


Fountain For Youth
The Fountain for Youth Fund provides essential dollars for the Fountain Theatre's outreach efforts, providing free tickets for youth from under-served communities across Los Angeles. Your gift will profoundly change young lives.

Thank You.
Outdoor Stage
The Fountain Theatre has received approval from the City of Los Angeles to install a temporary outdoor stage for the purpose of presenting live performances and other events during the pandemic.
                

“Pandemic permitting, we hope to open our first outdoor production by late spring or early summer,” says Fountain artistic director Stephen Sachs. “We’re planning an exciting Los Angeles premiere that dramatizes urgent social issues using the Fountain’s signature bold and theatrical approach.”


Installed in what is now the theater parking lot, the new performance area will be able to accommodate 50 to 84 audience members. It will feature seven rows of chairs, each six feet apart, as well as 12 high-top tables positioned six feet apart for use by patrons from the same “bubble” households. Every aspect of the outdoor performance area will meet COVID-19 safety guidelines.


According to Sachs, “The most painful aspect of the past ten months has been the separation from our patrons and the disconnection from our art form. Until our indoor theater reopens, the outdoor stage will be a thrilling performance venue and a hub for our educational and community engagement programs. The outdoor stage will be the centerpiece as we re-emerge in 2021. It galvanizes our vision moving forward.”

Fountain Year End Campaign 2021

YOU DID IT
On March 14, 2020 The Fountain Theatre closed its doors. On June 14, 2021, we re-opened outside with our exciting new Outdoor Stage. Twenty months later we are back inside again. COVID safe. Back to the uniquely intimate and communal space that IS The Fountain Theatre. We couldn’t have done it without you. For months, you sent checks large and small. You sent encouraging emails and notes. And on November 6, 2021 our doors opened again.

Thank you!

ONWARD
As we move past the pandemic and through urgent cultural shifts, we understand — more than ever — the important role art plays in our lives. With your steadfast support, we pledge to continue producing outstanding theatre from diverse artists and points of view. Plays that encourage important, sometimes uncomfortable, conversations. Plays that help us imagine the world through the imagination of others.

This year, An Octoroon by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, unsettled us with its shocking satire, and its unconventional mash-up of theatrical styles. The Children by Lucy Kirkwood unsettles us once again with its unflinching look at humanity’s role in climate change and its call for courage and action.

In 2022, works by diverse playwrights’ will continue to grace our indoor and outdoor stages. Uplifting us. Making us think. Fountain Voices and Walking the Beat will grow, providing transformative arts education experiences for more youth at budget-strapped LAUSD and CUSD campuses. Your continued support will ensure that these programs succeed.

WHAT WILL YOUR LEGACY BE?
"The Fountain bravely continues to bring LA audiences important contemporary works the larger theaters in town still haven’t the courage or the vision to produce.”
- Charles McNulty, LA Times, 

WAYS TO GIVE
• Donate Online (You're already there!)

•By mail: Send your year end gift in the enclosed donation envelope.

•Text2Give: Text “fountain” to 243-725

•Gifts of Stock: The most tax efficient method for making a charitable contribution is to make the contribution using long term appreciated securities. With the strong stock market, 2021 could be a great year to make contributions using appreciated securities. Donating appreciated securities leverages your giving and allows you to make a bigger impact. It also helps you avoid long-term capital gains taxes, gives you an income tax deduction for the full market value of the securities. •Create a legacy: The Fountain is a vital part of Southern California’s cultural landscape. Make sure our doors stay open into the future. Consider including a gift to The Fountain in your estate planning.

•Questions? Contact Barbara Goodhill, Director of Development, 323-663-1525 x307 or barbara@fountaintheatre.com

The Fountain Theatre
5060 Fountain Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90029
The Fountain Theatre is a 501-c3 Non Profit arts organization. Tax I.D. # is 95-3119081









Walking the Beat 2020

Walking the Beat 2020 - outreach program that brings police officers and teens together to improve relations and build community.



Your contribution to Walking the Beat Hollywood 2020 is fully tax deductible as allowed by law and will directly improve the life of our community. Your support will not only enrich the lives of the diverse youth and police in the program, it will also be a positive step taken toward improving attitudes and relations between youth and police, reducing violence, and building community. Your contribution will support program costs as well as The Fountain’s outreach efforts to bring high school, college, community and youth groups from the larger community to the culminating performances, exponentially increasing the lasting impact of this transformative program. Your generosity will be gratefully acknowledged in the program, on marketing and publicity materials, and on The Fountain Theatre website. Thank you for your consideration!