Connection Stands at the Heart of Everything We Do
Click here to see Seattle Theatre Group®'s 2015 - 2016 Report to the Community.
Seattle Theatre Group's mission is to make performances and arts education in the Pacific Northwest enriching, while keeping Seattle's historic Paramount, Moore and Neptune Theatres healthy and vibrant.
In support of this mission, STG strives to bring diverse performing arts to our three historic theatres each season while simultaneously creating meaningful arts education programs throughout the community. This wide variety of programming allows STG to best serve the region's culturally diverse population by presenting broadly appealing Broadway hits and concerts without having to forego limited engagements such as National Theatre of Scotland and Dance Theatre of Harlem, or the opportunity to present community partners such as Spectrum Dance Theater and Northwest Tap Connection. Ticket revenue, however, only covers a portion of the cost to present the highest quality of performing arts for Seattle, while maintaining these historic theatres, and providing free Education and Community Programs such as Dance for Parkinson's and AileyCamp. Fulfilling our mission would not be possible without the generous contributions from individuals like you as well as funding from corporations, foundations, and government sources such as the National Endowment for the Arts and Seattle's Office of Arts & Culture. We are deeply grateful for your support. Thank you!
Your gift will help allow Seattle Theatre Group® to continue to present diverse performing arts for the community, as well as support the following:
- Access and exposure to the arts for youth and members of underserved communities
- Creative Aging Programs
- Dance For PD®
- DANCE This
- Disney Musicals In Schools
- Global Party
- Historic preservation and maintenance of the iconic Paramount, Moore, and Neptune Theatres
- More Music @ The Moore
- STG's Songwriters Lab
- Student Matinees - in-school residencies and more
- Workshops, demonstrations, residencies, master classes, lectures, and performance opportunities for lifelong learners and aspiring young artists, musicians, and dancers