Tis Truly Better to Give
Contributions from Playwrights Horizons Patrons sustain an artistic home for writers, where thousands of moving worlds and moments come to life. Thank you for helping to create these worlds and moments, and for supporting Playwrights Horizons.
But what does a contribution to playwrights horizons really do?
$6,000 of your donations built the devestating pyrotechnics you saw at the end of Lisa D'Amour's Detroit.
$5,000 in donations designed and built the realistic fat suit created by Sam Hill and Asa Thornton of Hill Studio for Samuel D. Hunter's The Whale.
$4,000 in donations rented scenic elements from a company that salvages and refurbishes movie theater seats for our upcoming production of The Flick by Annie Baker.
$1,000 of your donations paid for the break-away patio furniture on the set of Detroit.
$500 of your donations bought all of the food eaten by Charlie during the run of The Whale.
$100 of your contributions paid for the biofeedback machine in Charlie's apartment in The Whale.
Photo (2) of Shuler Hensley by Joan Marcus; (3) Detroit cast members Sarah Sokolovic, Darren Pettie, David Schwimmer, and Amy Ryan by Jeremy Daniel.