What role will you play?

Donors are a very important part of our family. Whether you, personally, are a passionate theatre lover or your company is looking for a prime exposure opportunity, the Playhouse welcomes your support. Please contact us at any time if you would like to discuss how you can play a role in supporting great theatre.

Contact Information
For questions, more information or to make a gift over the phone, please contact Director of Donor Relations Kendra Struthers at 513-977-2024 or kendra.struthers@cincyplay.com

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization. For Tax-Exempt ID# requests please call our business office at 513-345-2242 to receive the number and reason for use.

Give a Gift

Your generous contribution to the Playhouse’s annual fund builds sets, purchases props, brings theatre to schools and community centers, and puts extraordinary artists on our stages.


Individual & Family Giving

Be part of the Playhouse donor family: play your supporting role in the Playhouse story today!



Make an investment in extraordinary theatre that's good for our community and good for your business.


Leading Ladies

Leading Ladies is an annual program for women who are passionate about theatre and enjoy learning how a show is created.


Red Carpet Experience

Experience the red carpet treatment — Playhouse style! This exclusive package includes theatre tickets, drinks, a gourmet dinner for 10 and more!


Planned Giving

Help continue our legacy of artistic excellence by making a future commitment to the Playhouse through your estate plan.


Corporate Matching Gifts

Matching gifts are an easy way to double your investment in the Playhouse and make a powerful impact.



Dale Hodges and Bruce Cromer in A Christmas Carol; Photo by Sandy Underwood. Candice Handy and George Bull in Robin Hood; Photo by Mikki Schaffner. Britian Seibert, Kate Goehring, Katya Stepanov and Lindsey Kyler in Pride and Prejudice; Photo by Sandy Underwood. Kathleen Wise, Livvy Stubenrauch, Austin Vaughan and Bruce Cromer in A Christmas Carol; Photo by Mikki Schaffner.