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La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club
Your support will help us La MaMa present our 58th 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 58th Season will feature artists who question social mores and confront everyday injustices.

YOU believe in creative freedom! YOU make art happen!
Restore A Building. Remake A World.
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

After decades of extensive use, our building must undergo much-needed repairs and renovations to bring it up to code in the 21st century.

Please help us Restore a Building and Remake a World!
La MaMa Umbria
La MaMa Umbria International provides artists from around the world with residency programs and intensive workshops. For nearly 20 years, La MaMa Umbria has fostered cross-cultural and international exchanges and creative collaborations. Hundreds of artists have found Umbria to be a space that is beautiful, spiritually enriching, welcoming, and open to bold artistic experiments. We need your help to make the residency as inclusive and affordable as possible.

All donations are welcome and will help us maintain our programming and facility in Italy. Please be as generous as you can. Thank you!
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.