It is hard to believe that we are bringing our SEVENTH SEASON to a close. We could not have done it without you!
Over the past seven years, we have grown at an incredible rate; audiences continue to set high attendance records, showing us yet again how important the arts are to families and children. This year saw tremendous growth on every front—artistically, educationally, and as a staff, from the creation of new partnerships (Lake Erie Native American Council, Haven Home, and The Cleveland Israel Arts Connection), to the expanding development of existing ones (Providence House, The Cleveland Children’s Museum, The Rainey Institute, and Rainbow Babies & Children, to name a few). The Ohio Savings Pay-What-You-Can program, which allows families who might not otherwise have access to the arts to share in an important creative family experience, grew significantly again this year, giving us one of the most successful pay what you can programs in Northeast Ohio.
The 2019 mainstage season will take families to Morocco, Norway, Nepal, and Sweden, while TCT’s touring production will transport us to Ancient Assyria for the story of how cats came to be. Through the generous support of The Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, next season will also see the addition of our Exceptional Inclusion Program: four stand-alone, fully produced plays that support families with special needs. We will also offer audiences the chance to see the mainstage season with signed interpreters at select performances.
As the scope of our programming increases, so do our financial needs. We are thankful to all who have supported us thus far in our amazing journey, and are touched deeply by your belief in us. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to TCT to help us continue in our mission to reach across socio-economic and cultural boundaries by opening eyes, ears, hearts and imaginations in the young people of our area. Thank you for your support of Talespinner Children’s Theatre.
Your donations are a large part of what make TCT's productions and educational programming possible. Won't you consider giving your support?
We also need storage items, appliances and other physical items. This list will be updated regularly as items are donated, and as new needs arise. No new or gently used donation too small. If the item is being donated locally, pick-up can be arranged, or items can be dropped off at the theatre. Mailable donations can be sent to the theatre, attention Katelyn Merold.Mailing Address: The Reinberger Auditorium
5209 Detroit Ave.
Cleveland, Ohio 44102
- Book shelves
- Utility shelves
- Storage bins (large)
- Rolling carts
- Tool cabinet
- Yoga mats
- Floor mats (runners)
- Sturdy vacuum cleaner
- Shop vac
- Extension cords/power strips
- Gift Cards to Target, CVS, Giant Eagle, Home Depot, Staples, etc.
Talespinner Children's Theatre, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.