Please Email Events@theatreforward.org to inquire about Virtual events Hosted by Theatre forward and its member theatres.
While we are at home, join us for the new, all-virtual Spotlight Series featuring our award-winning member theatres and artists. Up Next: Long Wharf Theatre.
- Spotlight On: Long Wharf Theatre
Wednesday, March 10th | 6 PM ET on Zoom
Tune in for a virtual behind-the-scenes look at Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut, led by Artistic Director, Jacob Padrón. Request a spot here.
Watch our recent virtual events here.
In-person, Theatre Forward’s Spotlight Series offers deeply discounted tickets to the hottest shows in New York. These events are geared towards corporate employees of our supporting companies and our Save My Seat users. Past in-person events include Waitress, The Lion King, Aladdin and The Book of Mormon.
February 8, 2021
Theatre Forward’s annual gala brings together business leaders, resident theatre board members, theatre patrons, and industry professionals to celebrate the achievements of world-class theatres and artists. All net proceeds from the event go directly to our founding theatres, the leading 10 regional theatres in key markets across America.
The 2021 Broadway Roundtable was cancelled due to the global pandemic
Theatre Forward supporters enjoy an exclusive discussion and luncheon with the leading artists in the industry. Past panelists include Patrick Stewart, James Lapine, Michael Riedel, Daryl Roth, Robert Lopez, Tyne Daly, Betty Buckley, Keegan-Michael Key, Lea Salonga, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Bernard Telsey.
Thought leader conversations between artists and business leaders bringing together board members, supporters, and theatre leaders in conversation. Past panelists include Regina Taylor, Phylicia Rashad, Joe Iconis, John Douglas Thompson, Jim Turley, Sandra Ruppert and Kenny Leon.
Patrons of Theatre Forward and Board Members enjoy prime orchestra seating, food and artistic engagement with the creators and performers of Broadway’s biggest hits. Past shows include Kiss Me, Kate!, Tootsie, Network, and American Son.
Theatre Forward’s happy hours unite patrons, board members, and industry professionals for pre-show drinks and discussions led by the creative teams and performers of that month’s featured Broadway production.