Cornerstone Theater Company

Support Cornerstone

Cornerstone Theater Company is producing innovative, engaging theater that is directly connected to community. We are putting the authentic voices of everyday people onstage with professional actors, empowering them to be the artists they never imagined they could be. Our work builds relationships between disparate communities that extend well beyond our productions – relationships that often prosper to create positive change. For 25 years, we have been providing a platform for self-expression to people who aren’t typically given that chance, and a place where people can confidently share the issues that matter to them, and to their communities.

Join us in creating innovative theater that builds and bridges communities!

There are a number of ways to support Cornerstone’s unique, community-engaged work:

Pledge Circle

Our Pledge Circle provides a chance for contributors to offer multi-year, ongoing support.

Producers Circle

A commissioning club that supports the production costs of new plays.

Playwrights Circle

A commissioning club that supports our playwrights throughout the development process.

Legacy Circle

An opportunity for contributors to leave a lasting legacy gift. Contact us to include Cornerstone in your planned giving.

Give by Phone
You can make a gift by calling
213-613-1700 x112

Give by Mail
Please mail your donations to:

Cornerstone Theater Company
708 Traction Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Financial Overview

We make our financial statements available to the public in an effort to maintain transparency.
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Please contact Cornerstone’s General Manager, Sara Adelman, for more information on these giving initiatives, and on our Planned Giving program.

Cornerstone Theater Company is generously supported by 
the Annenberg Foundation, the CAA Foundation, the California Community Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Fox Foundation Fellowship, the Ford Foundation, the Goldhirsh Foundation, the W.R. Hearst Foundation, the James Irvine Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, the LIA Fund, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Open Society Foundation, the Princess Grace Foundation, the Rosenthal Foundation, the Shubert Foundation, the S. Mark Taper Foundation, the Theatre Communications Group, the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.