On May 15, GreenStage had 56 Give BIG donors and rasied $4265.00 to support our programming.
As Shakespeare wrote in Venus and Adonis
“gold that’s put to use more gold begets.”
We’re not certain, but the Bard’s poem may have been a fundraising pitch for a play!
The financial support of our donors makes it all happen, and The Seattle Foundation’s GiveBIG event made a great impact for us. The foundation also kicks in additional contributions, to stretch your gift even further.
If you were one of the 56 people who made a contribution, we thank you with all our heart.
If you missed out on GiveBIG, but still make a contribution to GreenStage, visit our donation page.
GreenStage Announces 25th Anniversary Season!
Our annual Shakespeare in the Park offerings will be KING LEAR, to be directed by Artistic Director Erin Day, and A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM directed by Ken Michels. Both shows run from July 12 though August 17, 2013, in parks in and around Seattle.
2013 Program Advertising Information!
Every summer, GreenStage’s free outdoor shows are seen by as many as 11,000 area residents. In 2013, we celebrate our 25th Anniversary and will will be presenting nearly 60 performances of four different shows in Seattle parks, as well as locations in Lynnwood, Redmond, Fall City, Burien, Snohomish, and Bainbridge Island! Both Shakespeare in the Park shows and our Backyard Bard series will be featured in our program.