Giving Tuesday is November 27th!

Dear friends of the Road

It is that time of year again: when we get to say thank you for your support, taking these theatrical journeys with us, for following us live again in the Road on Magnolia for some good, conversation-starting plays that speak to the now, and for staying for the powerful conversations afterward, for checking out our weekly reading series, The Word, and for joining the big Summer Playwrights Festival as well as the wonderful new Under Construction series where you experience a group of new plays from the ground up.

Join us on this #GivingTuesday as we embark on another exciting journey to transform The Road Theatre Company! Our goal is to raise $10,000 to spearhead a monumental overhaul of our theater, making it more accessible and inclusive than ever before. On our website you can see our members that make the Road a multicultural melting pot. And now it’s time to make the theatre even more inclusive in its physical space. The funds raised will be dedicated to essential upgrades, ensuring that The Road is a welcoming stage for everyone. From audio-visual enhancements for the deaf and hard of hearing audience to facility improvements like replacing our stage floor itself (it is time!) and adding railings, your support will create an environment where all individuals can fully experience the magic of live performance.

At The Road, we believe in the power of inclusivity, and this Giving Tuesday, you have the opportunity to be a catalyst for change. Help us break down barriers and build a theater that reflects the diversity and richness of our community.

Visit today and contribute to our $10,000 goal. Thank you for being a driving force behind our vision for a theater that truly belongs to everyone! #TheRoadToInclusivity #SupportTheArts #GivingTuesday2023

We realize you have many choices for your giving on this special Tuesday, but we sincerely hope you will include the Road and be a part of our major period of change.

We thank you for being such an important part of this journey of The Road.

With gratitude and wishes for meaningful holidays!

Taylor Gilbert and Sam Anderson