Support the Lantern
Your support is crucial to the Lantern's artistic and education mission – and to help us build on this year's great successes and prepare for the exciting year ahead!
One year ago, we asked for your support in the face of uncertainty and challenge as we sought to develop new ways to safely create and deliver great theater to you and to our residency schools.
With your support, we have spent the past year actively pursuing our mission to produce plays that investigate and illuminate what is essential in the human spirit and the spirit of the times. We have brought our work to you in many forms, and we are very grateful to all who have joined us over the past year.
We are so proud of everything we have accomplished together:
These newly filmed productions of Me and the Devil and The Plague will stream to you at home this fall, officially concluding our 2020/21 season.
If you have already made a gift to support this season like no other, THANK YOU. If you have not yet made a gift, please consider making a tax-deductible donation now to help us build on these great successes and prepare for the exciting year ahead.
Thank you for your support! We can't do it without YOU.
With deep appreciation,
Every dollar makes a big difference.
Questions? Please contact Emily Wilson, Administrative Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.829.9002 x203. Thank you for supporting the Lantern!
Lantern Theater Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Our Federal Tax ID number is 23-2798692. Donations to Lantern Theater Company are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The official registration and financial information of Lantern Theater Company may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement.
Header Photo: Paul L. Nolan, Sally Mercer, and Charles McMahon in Copenhagen (2018); Charlie DelMarcelle, Anthony Lawton, Jered McLenigan, and Brian Anthony Wilson in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (2019); Anthony Lawton and Paul L. Nolan in The Craftsman (2017); and Bi Jean Ngo and Peter DeLaurier in The Tempest (2018). Photos by Mark Garvin.