“We are so grateful to be part of your community”
Live theatre is dependent on artists and audiences coming together in a shared space in real time. Which is exactly what we’re not supposed to be doing right now, for the health of our community. In this new video, Johanna Pfaelzer shares ways in which Berkeley Rep will be connecting with you until we can all gather together in real life again.
In addition, our School of Theatre is creating online opportunities for you to connect with a Berkeley Rep teaching artist in new and modified classes for adults, teens, and youth. Watch this page for updates.
Now more than ever, Berkeley Rep depends on the support of theatregoers like you. In an effort to weather this moment of uncertainty, we are launching the Resilience Campaign, a chance for our community to sustain the Theatre and support the staff and artists behind our work onstage and in the community.
We hope that you will make a donation today to support Berkeley Rep. Know that any amount you can give will go a long way toward ensuring that we will be ready to reopen our doors to the community once this crisis has passed.
As part of the Resilience Campaign, we are also transforming our OVATION gala into a virtual event where our entire community can participate.
We couldn’t do what we do without you! Thank you for your support and goodwill, and we wish you and yours abundant good health.
Berkeley Rep has canceled all remaining performances of Culture Clash (Still) In America and School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play. If you’d like to donate your tickets, exchange them, or receive a refund, you can email email@example.com or call 510 647–2949 (Tuesday–Sunday, noon–7pm). Due to the shelter-in-place order, please be prepared for long phone hold times, and it could take us more than 24 hours to respond to emails.
Other ways to give:
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Attn: Development Office
2025 Addison St
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