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Supporting Theatre Memphis

Theatre Memphis appreciates any contribution as a tribute to the community that has embraced us for over 100 years. Whether it be an acknowledgment of an event, a life fulfilled, or simply a gift of support, many contributions are tax-deductible due to the 501(c)3 not-for-profit status of Theatre Memphis. Any monies or items allowed to the fullest extent of the law will be noted and acknowledged for your records

Ways to Give

Please call 901.682.8601 for more information or clarification about ways you can give to Theatre Memphis.

Whether it be an acknowledgement of an event, a life fulfilled or simply a gift of support, many contributions are tax-deductible due to the 501(c)3 not-for-profit status of Theatre Memphis.
Make a tribute donation in honor of, or in memory of someone special.
Help us fill the path with simply your name engraved on a brick paver as support or with proud associations and honors noted deserving of our past. Dedicated to our volunteers, patrons, partners and staff, this loving recognition will forever be a part of the Theatre Memphis Way.
Theatre Memphis, Germantown Community Theatre, and Playhouse on the Square have set up a community fund to aid and assist volunteers and staff of the Memphis theater community who are in medical or specific social financial distress or need.
The Ann Sharp memorial fund supports the continuation of artistic excellence at Theatre Memphis. Ann, quite literally in her last stages of life, asked to be promised that we would take care of Theatre Memphis for years to come. And promise we did.
The John Rone memorial fund support directors' excellence at Theatre Memphis. All proceeds will be maintained in perpetuity to assure the quality of work demanded by John who always set the bar high for his casts and never accepted anything but the best from them
Whether it be an acknowledgement of an event, a life fulfilled or simply a gift of support, many contributions are tax-deductible due to the 501(c)3 not-for-profit status of Theatre Memphis.
The scholarship honors the contributions that Priscilla had made to the arts community and underscores the committment to helping artists pursue their heart's desire.
Theatre Memphis, Germantown Community Theatre, and Playhouse on the Square have set up a community fund to aid and assist volunteers and staff of the Memphis theater community who are in medical or specific social financial distress or need.
The Ann Sharp memorial fund supports the continuation of artistic excellence at Theatre Memphis. Ann, quite literally in her last stages of life, asked to be promised that we would take care of Theatre Memphis for years to come. And promise we did.
The John Rone memorial fund support directors' excellence at Theatre Memphis. All proceeds will be maintained in perpetuity to assure the quality of work demanded by John who always set the bar high for his casts and never accepted anything but the best from them

Lohrey Theatre

Seats up to 411

Both the Lohrey Theatre and the Next Stage Theatre are wheelchair accessible with a handicapped accessible restroom on the same level as the main lobby to both venues. The Lohrey Theatre also provides hearing assisted equipment to any who may require or request it, at no charge.

Lohrey Theatre Seating Chart

(Next Stage is open seating)

Next Stage

Seats up to 110

The black box Next Stage seats up to 110 and is also wheelchair accessible with state of the art equipment for sound and lighting.