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As a not-for-profit, the Classical Theatre of Harlem counts on individuals and institutions to help sustain the important work of our company. Ticket sales alone only cover a small portion of the funds needed to ensure the excellence of our theatrical productions, developmental work, audience outreach, and other activities. The rest comes from the generosity of people like you.

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We are deeply grateful to all our supporters!*

Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York
Altria Corporate Services
Axe-Houghton Foundation
BET Holdings, Inc.
Carnegie Corporation
City Parks Foundation
Con Edison
Danforth Development Partners
Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
Constance & Jarvis Doctrow Foundation
Max & Victoria Dreyfus Foundation
Falconwood Foundation
Ford Foundation
Greenwall Foundation
Edler G. Hawkins Foundation
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
MetLife Foundation
National Endowment for the Arts
NBC Universal
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
New York State Council on the Arts
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation
Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation
Scherman Foundation
Shubert Organization
Dorothy Strelsin Foundation
Taproot Foundation
Theatre Communications Group
Time Warner
Thendara Foundation
Dale Wasserman Foundation

*Reflects institutional contributions as of September 2008. (Listed in alphabetical order)


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That giant-killer of a company, the Classical Theater of Harlem is a troupe that makes a habit of locating the most challenging works in the canon and knocking them off as if with a slingshot. - The New York Times

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