La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club
Your support will help us La MaMa present our 56th Season of programming that is culturally diverse and genre-defying. In this moment, when powerful political interests worldwide are promoting isolationism and in-tolerance, La MaMa recognizes the urgency of advocating for a more equitable society. Our 56th Season will feature artists who question social mores and confront everyday injustices.
YOU believe in creative freedom! YOU make art happen!
Web Capital Campaign
La MaMa's capital project restores, repairs and renovates its flagship landmark building with its irreplaceable spaces at 74 East 4th Street to ensure underrepresented artists of different identities, ideologies, and aesthetics will have a creative home in the East Village for decades to come.
Support The Trojan Women Project
The Trojan Women Project sends artists from La MaMa to work with artists in communities worldwide who have a desire to use theatre as a means for addressing the issues and themes presented in The Trojan Women. The project uses the music and staging of La MaMa's groundbreaking 1974 production of The Trojan Women, composed by Elizabeth Swados, directed by Andrei Serban, performed by the Great Jones Rep and produced by Ellen Stewart.
Benefit Art Auction 2017
Thursday, May 18, 2017
6:30 - 8PM
La MaMa Galleria is hosting I Will Always Love You, an extension of the all-female Whitney Houston Biennial. The proceeds of the sales support both the artists and the Galleria’s programming for the following season.
$25 Friend Ticket
$50 Patron Ticket
La MaMa Galleria
47 Great Jone Street
New York, NY 10012
Safe Harbors Indigenous Collective
Safe Harbors Indigenous Collective, headed by Murielle Borst-Tarrant, is dedicated to the promotion of indigenous art and culture, while creating accessibility to the arts for high need and underserved communities. In residence at La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club, Safe Harbors creates a new paradigm in the presentation of Indigenous arts and culture within the broader American theatre by combating stereotypes and supporting vibrant Native communities. The Collective strives to develop ongoing dialogue with policymakers about how cultural and socioeconomic issues can be approached through theatrical performances, panel discussions, and cultural events. The Collective seeks to build an understanding of Indigenous methodologies and cosmologies that in turn will support the development of legal constructs for arts building and production. The Collective functions on a grassroots level within local Indigenous arts communities, as well as nationally and internationally through arts presentation and education.
La MaMa Junior Committee
Join the La MaMa Junior Committee today and become part of a thriving community of artists and professionals with access to the best downtown theatre has to offer.
Your commitment today makes a difference in La MaMa’s future as we enter our 54th season: La MaMa Earth, which will focus on the power of art to raise awareness of global issues and will feature work that challenges our audience to consider their role in effecting change for the better.
A recurring monthly donation of $20 (minimum)**; or a one-time annual donation of $240 (minimum).
-Donation amount is tax deductible
-4 Exclusive Junior Committee parties each season: see a show at La MaMa and attend a La MaMa
hosted after party.
-Select 2 for 1 ticket deals to performances offered throughout the season.
-Attend donor receptions throughout the season--including a free performance & pre-show reception.
-Discounted tickets to our annual gala.
-Special discount codes and access to exclusive promotional offers.
-A tour of the La MaMa Archive
-Discounts at neighborhood restaurants and bars.
**If you are choosing the $20/month option, please select the "this is a recurring donation" option below.
2017 End-of-Year Appeal
YOU make our work possible. You are indispensable to fulfilling our mission. You help keep our ticket prices affordable for all. You encourage the creative minds that will steer our future.
No gift is too small or too big. A small gift can help make big art!