We depend on the generosity of our audience members, alumni, parents, and other supporters for assistance with our programming and production funds. Your gift will go toward enhancing students’ learning experiences in the performing arts. Whether you would like to contribute toward renovations or new music studios, a new light board for M&B, a guest artist residency, or underwriting a TPST theater production in the Gonda’s home season, your gifts are essential to our vitality. You may give to any discipline within DPA, any of our 18 performing arts groups by name, or to DPA as a whole.

Thanks to the generosity of the Ammerman family, the Arena Stage/Georgetown University/Andrew R. Ammerman F’72 Partnership highlights a shared commitment to the development of new work and a new generation of artists and administrators, to community engagement, and to deepening dialogue on vital issues in the field through co-productions, festivals, frequent collaborations on developmental workshops and readings, national convenings, residencies, and more.

Taken at a September 2010 staged reading of Richard N. Goodwin’s Two Men of Florence at the Davis Performing Arts Center Sept. 27, 2010, the photo above includes members of the Ammerman Family, Georgetown Department of Performing Arts, and Arena Stage personnel.