How Did Actors Theatre Emerge From the Brink and Net a Shubert Foundation Grant in the Process?

After a recent "pause" in operations due to financial difficulties and structural reorganization, the Actors Theatre of Phoenix announced they were back in business thanks to a successful 2013 fundraising drive and a critical $30,000 grant from the Shubert Foundation.

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Shubert Foundation Announces 2013-14 Grant Guidelines for Critical Unrestricted Funding

The Shubert Foundation announced its 2013-2014 grant guidelines for support of theater and dance — and related non-profit arts organizations should pay attention. That's because the foundation is the nation's largest private foundation dedicated to "unrestricted" funding: the foundation's grants can be used for general operating support rather than for specific projects.

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The Shubert Foundation Spreads Support Far & Wide Across the Theater World

The Shubert Foundation is now one of the leading grantmakers to the theater arts in the country (and to a lesser degree, dance). The foundation issues grants totaling over $20 million to hundreds of theaters and production companies across the U.S. annually

The Shubert Foundation was founded with the goal of "sustaining and advancing the live performing arts in the United States, with a particular emphasis on theatre and a secondary focus on dance."

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