The Talent Machine Company was founded more than 30 years on the dream of providing young people with a chance to experience the joy and power of musical theater.
Now we have a new dream: a place to call home! A place to rehearse and perform, offer workshops and classes, and safely store our vast inventory of sets, props and elaborate costumes. We need a home base to fulfill our commitment to our cast members and the community.
We will need significant philanthropic support to bring this dream to reality.
As a 501(c)(3) organization, the Company is a careful steward of its limited resources, but importantly, we are committed to keeping ticket prices low to help make our shows as accessible as possible to all area children and families.
We rely on donations and memberships to help defray the significant operational costs of managing a theater company like ours — renting rehearsal, performance and storage space; keeping our technology up to date; paying for the rights to shows; and recruiting top talent to direct and choreograph our high-quality productions.
Now, as we look to the future, we know that your support will make all the difference in our efforts to establish The Talent Machine Company Theater. Our first steps are to plan — from a financial, logistical, operational and real estate perspective. We will need to bring on experts to guide us and this will cost additional dollars.
Please consider making a one-time or recurring gift below to support the The Talent Machine Company for today and for tomorrow.
GIVING TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, is a great time to contribute to our Company. Your contribution can be submitted below.
Thank you so much for your support! We are using every donated dollar to create a sustainable plan for The Talent Machine and move us forward.
“The greatest Life Lesson from Talent Machine is that things don’t always come easy! No one is going to hand you your dreams. You have to work for what you want and be dedicated to it. Eventually, you will get there. But it’s always worth the hard work in the end.”
Renee Doty, Alum
“As an audience member, you are transported into the storytelling of the show … These kids put their heart and soul into each production. And the audience feels their energy and enthusiasm in every scene.”