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Donate Today

A donation to Open Stage Project is an actionable way to help ensure equal representation in the entertainment community. Open Stage Project students are the future of Broadway and the faces of a more inclusive backstage space.

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Ways to Give

By Check

Make check out to "Open Stage Project Inc." and mail to:

Open Stage Project Inc.

2248 Broadway #1240
New York, NY 10024


Click here to make your donation online:


Shape a student's life with the gift of your time.

Email us to sign up.

$5,000 - Sponsor an Act 2 Student

Give a high school girl 1 year of exclusive access to industry mentors, job shadowing, and monthly skill building in our advanced Act 2 program that admits 12 girls annually.

Choose Your Level

$250 - Buy lunch for our students before a show!

Choose your amount

Sponsor an interactive career exploration seminar for female-identifying and nonbinary students in a New York City public high school.

Cover a group lunch for our Act 2 students during a field trip or before a Broadway show.

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$1,000 - Sponsor an Act 1 Event

Champion gender equity in theater, film, and television by making a donation to Open Stage Project! Donations can be made one time or recurring monthly.

Inaugural Mentor's Circle

We're thrilled to celebrate the members of our Inaugural Mentor's Circle. It is through their dedication and support that we've been able to further grow our organization during these uncertain times.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids
Dan Cayre
Diana DiMenna
Lily Fan
Carson & Joseph Gleberman
Naomi Grabel
Jenny Kane
Sharon Karmazin
Abby Leigh
Patricia Meadow
Ogden Capital Properties
Daryl & Steven Roth

Fiona Howe Rudin
Jenna Segal
Jayne Baron Sherman
Antonio Soddu
Dan Sternberg and Debbie Cooper
Valerie Tootle
Stephanie Vardavas
Elsa Ward
Katherine Weller
Barbara Whitman

*Act 2 is a full year, application-only program for female high school students entering their Junior or Senior year.  This group of 8-10 students attend Broadway shows with post-show talkbacks, tour scenic/props studios, and are each paired with a mentor to guide them as they pursue secondary education.  The program runs September-May and is completely free for students.
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