Our Sponsors and Partners
The Smithsonian Women’s Committee
The Nora Roberts Foundation
Grace Richardson Trust
Toni A Ritzenberg
Class Acts Arts, Inc. is a non-profit arts outreach and presenting organization
dedicated to bringing high quality and culturally diverse performances, workshops
and artist residencies to schools and communities, at-risk youth, seniors, and
special needs populations throughout Maryland, the District of Columbia and Virginia.
DC Arts & Humanities
The DC Collaborative believes that the arts—inclusive of music, visual arts, theater, dance, and literary arts—are central to the education of every student. A community-based partnership organization, now 80 members strong, the DC Collaborative works to promote quality arts and humanities education for all DC public and chartered public schools for the growth of the whole child.
League of Washington Theatres
An association of nonprofit professional theatres and related organizations in the greater Washington metropolitan area. The League was established in 1982 to create greater public awareness, appreciation, and support for theatre in the Washington area.
National Museum of
the American Indian
The National Museum of the American Indian is committed
to advancing knowledge and understanding of the Native cultures of
the Western Hemisphere, past, present, and future, through partnerships
with Native people and others. The
museum works to support the continuance of culture, traditional values, and transitions
in contemporary Native life.
National Air & Space Museum
The Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum maintains
the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world. It
is also a vital center for research into the history, science, and technology
of aviation and space flight, as well as planetary science and terrestrial
geology and geophysics.
Smithsonian Latino Center
The Latino Center celebrates Latino culture, spirit, and achievement in America. By
facilitating the development of exhibitions, research, collections, and educational
programs at the Smithsonian and its affiliated organizations, the Center turns
a powerful spotlight on Latino heritage and culture in our country. Over the
past decade, the Center has been the catalyst for over 300 Latino-themed projects,
from living exhibitions to live arts performances, underwritten with federal
and private sector support.
The only organization dedicated solely to promoting, representing, and supporting all segments of Washington’s professional theatre community — theatres, artists, company members, and audiences of all ages.