WHY GIVE TO THE JPP?
This is a critical time for Jewish storytelling and Jewish theater. With old and new forms of antisemitism rearing their heads in places both expected and unexpected – including among some of our allies and friends in the theatrical field itself – the JPP’s work to present pro-Jewish, progressive stories to thousands of audience members each year is at the forefront of standing up for our people and our culture.
MAKE A GIFT TODAY AND RECEIVE ALL THE BENEFITS BELOW:
$18 – Performance Attendee or Podcast Listener!
Dip your toe into the JPP waters, and receive EITHER one ticket to ANY JPP performance event, OR access to our Jewish Playwriting Contest Audio Drama library!
$36 – Performance Level
Support the JPP at Double Chai and get a ticket to a show, PLUS access to all the JPP Digital Content -podcasts, videos and more!
$118 – Regional Level
A Gift at hundert un chai entitles you to join a regional Community Readers Panel, with exclusive access to read and evaluate the JPP Top Plays, and attend a virtual or live Play Selection Meeting!
$180 – Artist Sponsorship
Underwrite one of the hundreds of young JPP artists so they can connect with their Jewish identity and help us expand the cannon of new Jewish plays!
$360 – New York Membership
Exclusively for the theater-savvy New Yorker, read our Top Plays with a group of leaders in the community and high-level artists, plus get invitations to all the JPP’s New York work, including unique meetings with our playwrights!
$1,800+ – Producer Level
The JPP will design a unique program for any organization that brings great Jewish content, diverse participation, and months of engagement, purpose-built for your community!
Contact us for more details!!
The JPP is grateful to our institutional partners and major donors:
Canvas & the Jewish Funders Network
NYC Department of Cultural Affairs
Gary Zimmerman Charitable Trust
Louis T. Roth Foundation, Judi Roth
Ellice & Jim Papp
Ars Nova Foundation, David Milc
Deborah and Jon Radin
Allan & Linda Kramer
Mark & Jane Shemtob