Support The 5th

Support The 5th

Bringing a magical musical theater production to life involves amazing amounts of support, dedication, and energy. It also takes significant sums of money. That's why our supporters are so critical to this important Northwest institution.

As a non-profit arts organization, The 5th Avenue Theatre simply wouldn't exist without the generous contributions of individuals, corporations, and organizations. Ticket sales cover only a portion of our production costs, making donations critical to our work, especially:

  • Sharing the excitement of musical theater with over 83,000 students throughout the Pacific Northwest through our Education and Outreach programs
  • Providing high-school-age students in our Rising Star Project with the opportunity to work with mentors to produce and promote an all-student performance of a 5th Avenue professional production 
  • Support for New Works and the creativity and talents of our artistic teams

These elements are critical to both the next generation of our great, American artform--The Musical--and to the health of the Seattle arts community. We hope you will donate now and help us ensure that world-class, musical theater continues to thrive in downtown Seattle.

For more information about our membership levels and benefits, click here.

Ways to Give

Mail your check, payable to The 5th Avenue Theatre to:

          1326 5th Avenue, Suite 735
          Seattle, WA 98101

Call the Development Office, 206.971.7900.

To make a gift of stock, please contact your broker with our information:

Brokerage firm:   Charles Schwab
Account #:            9052-3886
DTC#:                   0164

If you're sending a stock, please let us know. Contact Jill Big Eagle at 206.971.7937 or with your broker's name and phone number, the stock name and the number of shares you are donating.

The 5th Avenue Theatre is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Your donation is tax-deductible.

The 5th Avenue Theatre is registered with Washington State’s Charities Program as required by law. Additional information is available by calling 800.332.4483 or visiting