“With Spektrix we are making it vastly easier for people to attend, and we also get a system that helps us learn about attendees, communicate with them more effectively and potentially find new supporters for the school.”
> Elizabeth Hurley, VP of Development and Public Affairs
Founded in 1979, New York Theatre Workshop is one of the leading producers of new work in the US. Birthplace of RENT, Once and Peter and the Starcatcher, their 199-seat theatre in Manhattan’s East Village is a highlight of New York City’s cultural landscape.
A daring and provocative theatre, Atlanta’s Actor’s Express theatre was founded in 1988. They’re committed to championing the emerging voices of the American stage.
Born out of the cultural and creative energy of the city of Toronto, the Luminato Festival is a vibrant and exciting arts festival. For 10 days each June, the festival fills Toronto’s theatres, parks and public spaces with hundreds of events.
Founded in 1970 with a commitment to Canadian stories, the Factory Theatre has always embodied courage and resolve. For more than 40 years, Factory has been known as the home of the Canadian Playwright.
The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center houses six performance venues and presents an annual performance season of music, dance and theatre featuring visiting artists and student/faculty artists from the performing arts academic programs.
The Round House Theatre in the Washington, DC metropolitan area produces a six-show season of modern classics, new plays and musicals for more than 40,000 patrons each year at their 400-seat theater in Bethesda.
Toronto’s Royal Conservatory is one of the largest and most respected music education institutions in the world. Their incredible performance spaces, the Koerner Hall and Mazzoleni Hall, showcase the finest Canadian and international artists.
Named for the classical god of music and the sun, Apollo’s Fire - The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, was founded in 1992 by the award-winning young harpsichordist and conductor Jeannette Sorrell. At home in Cleveland, Apollo’s Fire enjoys sold-out performances at its subscription series, which has drawn national attention for creative programming.
Bard on the Beach is Western Canada's largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festival. The Festival offers Shakespeare plays, related dramas, and several special events from June through September, and takes place in an incredible setting on the waterfront in Vancouver's Vanier Park,
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts is a non-profit organization in New York. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Caramoor features classical, opera, jazz, American Roots, American Songbook and cabaret music.
Founded to establish Chicago as a center for the advancement of the art of puppetry, the 12-day, city-wide Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival showcases an entertaining and eclectic array of puppet styles from around the world.
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, or Cincy Shakes as they're known in the biz, is a resident ensemble theatre company bringing Shakespeare and the Classics to the people of Cincinnati. With their production of The Two Noble Kinsmen in 2014, the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company became one of the first 5 theaters in the United States to complete the bard's canon.
Built in 1922, the Curran in San Francisco has housed some of the biggest productions in theater history and has maintained a reputation over the course of its life as one of the premier live entertainment venues in North America. Under the curation of eight-time Tony Award-winner Carole Shorenstein Hays, the Curran will reopen its 1,600 seat venue in January 2017 with the groundbreaking musical FUN HOME.
The Delphi Opera House has an amazing history and is now a key 21st-century addition to the community of Delphi, Indiana.
Ensemble Theatre in Cincinnati holds a loyal subscriber base of over 2,200 and serves over 30,000 annually through its productions and outreach programs. Founded in 1986, it is Greater Cincinnati's second-largest professional theater and is "dedicated to producing world and regional premieres of works that often explore compelling social issues."
Founded in 2003 as a socially-minded ensemble, Forum Theatre produces ambitious, challenging plays that engage with and are accessible to the Washington DC community.
Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival is a critically acclaimed, professional, non-profit theater company based in Garrison, NY. Founded in 1987, the festival has established a reputation for lucid, engaging, and highly inventive productions and its productions attract a total audience of more than 35,000 visitors each year.
Kelowna Actors Studio Inc was formed in May of 2003 to produce vibrant, exciting presentations of the worlds best loved Broadway productions, present fun, challenging and enriching learning experiences for students of all ages.
The Manhattan School of Music is is a major music conservatoire located on the Upper West Side of New York City that was founded in 1917. The Manhattan School contains multiple performance spaces, each dedicated to separate ensemble requirements.
The Owosso Community Players has a rich history with over 250 shows having been performed on its stage.
Located in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultural District, the Rotary Centre for the Arts is a multidisciplinary visual and performing arts centre.
Synchronicity Theatre was founded in 1997 by four women with a desire to work collaboratively and bring challenging, meaningful theatre to Atlanta audiences. They now reach nearly 8,000 patrons through their season of plays for adults (Bold Voices) and families (Family Series); community outreach; and educational programming.
Hailed by The New York Times as ‘the premier theater for premieres’, Washington DC’s Theater J is one of the most distinctive, progressive and respected Jewish theaters on the national and international scene.
Originally built in 1920, The Capitol Theatre has been serving the Washington community for nearly a century. Just after being purchased by the City of Yakima in 1975, much of the Capitol burned to the ground in a tragic fire, leaving nothing but a smoldering facade. The newly formed nonprofit, Capitol Theatre Committee, led fundraising efforts to restore the Theatre to its original glory. It reopened in 1978 (just 733 days after the fire).
The Vern Riffe Center for the Arts is located on the campus of Shawnee State University in historic Portsmouth, OH. A frequent comment expressed throughout the community is that the region is lucky to have a space like the Vern Riffe Center. This is a testament both to the unlikelihood that a rural setting like the one in the OH-KY-WV tri-state area would have such a large arts center located in it and to the fact that the local community actually does support the venue with both attendance and donations.