Meet the community

We work with 400+ arts organizations. Here are just a few.

  • American Players Theatre

    Located just outside Spring Green, Wisconsin, American Players Theatre is situated on 110 acres of hilly woods and meadows. With two theaters including the newly renovated 1089-seat outdoor amphitheater and the 201-seat indoor Touchstone Theatre, they produce nine plays in repertory from June through November. Over 110,000 patrons visit annually to experience a play under the sky and stars, making APT the country's second-largest outdoor theater devoted to the classics.

  • Barter Theatre

    Barter Theatre is the U.S.’s longest-running professional theater and is located in Abingdon, Virginia. Opened during the Great Depression, the theater originally charged 40 cents for admission or the equivalent amount of livestock or produce. Now, Barter Theatre is one of the nation’s last remaining year-round professional resident repertory theaters.

  • Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra

    The Calgary Philharmonic is one of Canada’s most celebrated live music ensembles, presenting classical masterworks, pop favourites, bold collaborations, and cutting-edge new works. From its permanant home in Arts Commons’ acoustically acclaimed Jack Singer Concert Hall, the Orchestra welcomes more than 100,000 visitors annually. In 2017, it launched its live-stream initiative, an immersive, digital concert experience for audiences around the world.

  • MCC Theater

    An Off-Broadway theater in New York City, MCC Theater are known for producing work that challenges audiences and artists to ask difficult questions at every stage of the creative process. MCC began as a collective of actors, writers and directors looking to set their own artistic course. Now, more than 30 years later, they continue to serve audiences with collaboration and community at the core of their work.


    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 theater in Manhattan’s East Village is a highlight of New York City’s cultural landscape.


    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.