Ways to Give

Your investment matters. Explore the ways you can help hope-filled theatre thrive today. Select one of the giving opportunities below to learn more.

One Time Gift

Your gift sustains Mainstage and Isaac Studio programming, the Acting Studio and touring programs.

The Playmakers

Make an ongoing monthly gift and help support the plays you love.


Underwrite the production costs of Taproot programs with a corporate or individual sponsorship.

Corporate Matching

Double the impact of your gift through your employer’s Matching Gift Program.

Legacy Giving

Invest in the future and ensure the vitality of Taproot’s mission with a planned gift.


Taproot Theatre is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, Federal Tax ID# 91-0971237. Your donation to Taproot Theatre Company is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.


“I want your company to be around for generations to come, bringing the message of grace into difficult human situations.” Betsy Bell, Taproot Donor

When You Give, You Inspire:


Between the Acting Studio and the Road Company, Taproot reaches over 100,000 students every year by cultivating theatre as a means of expression and empowerment.


Taproot strives to be a beacon in the Greenwood neighborhood, opening doors for community forums, fundraising efforts and local performances.


All our programming reflect our core belief that stories of hope can change the world—bringing light and uplifting the spirits of thousands of patrons each season.

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What’s Happening at Taproot?

Learn more about past, current, and upcoming events at Taproot Theatre.

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Thank You

Seasonal support for Taproot Theatre’s 2024 Jewell Mainstage Season is generously provided by:


Support for Taproot Theatre’s Education and Outreach programming is generously provided by:

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Taproot Theatre acknowledges that we live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Duwamish, and that we occupy this land. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with Indigenous communities but serves as a first step in honoring the land we occupy and resisting the erasure of Indigenous past, present and future.