Ubuntu Theater PRoject

Ubuntu is a Zulu proverb that means 'I am because we are' and 'I am a person through other people. My humanity is tied to yours.' Ubuntu Theater Project is a collection of artists that are committed to creating compelling works that unearth the human condition and unite diverse audiences through revelatory, heart-pounding theater.

We believe in radical inclusivity and accessibility, and offer every professional production at a pay-what-you-can price - removing barriers to access for our audiences. In order to subsidize our accessible tickets and subscriptions, we depend on the support of individuals and organizations and are immensely grateful for their generosity.

You can be one of them by making a tax-deductible donation to Ubuntu!

Individual Supporters

Anonymous (16) | Francine M Austin | Eva & Steven Barnes | Valerie Barth | Christine Benvenuto | Sandra Blair | Amanda Chai Nancy and Kevin Blattel | Dick Cluster and Nancy Falk | Victor and Karin Cordell | Christine Cziko and Richard Sterling
Geri Degen and Richard Nosek | Mary French | Constance Ford | Karen Goldstein | Barbara Goodman | Stephen Graham Hannah Hale | Anne Hallinan | Dov Hassan and Linda Amayo | C. Heinzelman | Rita Huybrechts | GeorgeKillingsworth
Esther Kletter | Germaine K LaBerge | Diana Lee | Dorian Lockett | Mary Luckey | Jacquelyn Marie | Judith McKoy | John Mercer Teresa and Daniel Morley | Sara, Dev and Jesse Felder Noily | Evan Painter & Wendy Polivka | Lisa Parks | Mark C. Peters Margaret Pico | Jeanne Pimentel | Alison Sacha Ross | Carolyn Sanders | Elisabeth Scharbaum | Ellen Schneiderman
Paul & Barbara Shain | Morgan Sheng | Don Sokolski and Elka Shockett | Hedy Straus | John and Monica Sullivan | Dawn Troupe Emma Van Hoy | Karen Weil