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Our family of donors plays an essential role in our ability to present socially relevant theatre and award-winning education and engagement programs.
Our Ensemble isn't complete without you.
Ensemble Theatre’s family of donors plays an essential role in our ability to present groundbreaking, socially-relevant theatre and award-winning education and engagement programs.
Subscription and ticket sales only account for 40% of our annual revenues. As a non-profit organization, we rely on donor contributions to support expenses associated with our productions and programs that are not covered by ticket sales. Through the generosity of theatre lovers like you, our work is able to continue on the stage and beyond and we are grateful for any contribution you can give.
Your gift supports:
- bold, compelling shows that are new to the region
- exceptional production quality
- jobs for local professional actors and artists
- affordable tickets that are accessible to all
- unparalleled education and engagement programs for students of all ages
- our continued presence as an artistic and economic anchor in historic Over-the-Rhine
Ways to give
Unlock a season of exciting perks such as private previews, VIP events, and more when you join our advocacy group!
Your gift makes an immediate impact!
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati relies on hundreds of donors each season to help create extraordinary and socially-relevant productions of the highest artistic caliber and programs that challenge, excite and engage audiences.
Ensemble Theatre produces world-class professional theatre and engaging education and outreach programs.
Learn about our ongoing commitment to improving diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
We rely on hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers each season to make our shows and outreach programs possible.
Photo credits | Masthead, Sharrell D. Luckett and Jay Wade in Pipeline (Ryan Kurtz); Individual Giving, Torie Wiggins and Scot Woolley in His Eye is on the Sparrow (Ryan Kurtz); Sponsorships, Connan Morrissey and Tony Campisi in A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Ryan Kurtz); Planned Giving, Kelly Mengelkoch and Jeremy Dubin in Fortune (Ryan Kurtz); The Producers, Ken Early in Red Velvet (Mikki Schaffner); About, set of The Whipping Man (Brian Ambs); Social Accountability, Gavin Lawrence in The Mountaintop (Ryan Kurtz); Volunteer, Cast of Ripcord (Ryan Kurtz)