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Support

The Reboot Season represents a new direction for theater in Oklahoma City. The future of OKC Rep will focus on meaningful, high-quality, and inventive theater experiences that connect with our audience - all while keeping ticket prices low. As a non-profit, we rely on the generosity of our community.  Every gift, no matter how small, will help. 

There are many ways to be a supporter of OKC Rep, including becoming a sponsor, joining one of our social clubs, or giving a one-time or recurring gift. Keep scrolling to learn more!

by credit card

by cash/check

by venmo

Checks made out to:

Oklahoma City Repertory Theater

701 N. Broadway Ave, Suite 120

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Tax ID: 73-1585689

Questions? Drop us an email at development@okcrep.org

SPONSORSHIPS

OKC Rep works to customize benefits to fit the unique marketing initiatives and target audience of each sponsor. We take the time to understand each sponsor’s objectives and develop targeted marketing plans to ensure sponsorship success. Below are examples of sponsorship levels and entry-level benefits.

 

All sponsors over $15,000 will be the first to get updates, opportunities for advance tickets and exclusive invites to artist talks and bespoke events throughout the year. 

 

To become a sponsor or inquire about a tailored sponsorship,
drop us a line at
development@okcrep.org
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SUPPORTER CLUBS

Connect with the OKC Rep community, meet artists, explore hidden pockets of OKC,

all while playing a vital role in supporting the Reboot Season.

Click here to learn more.

thank you to our sponsors

We are extremely grateful to the organizations and individuals listed below for their generous support of OKC Rep.

Clifford & Leslie Hudson
Dick & Glenna Tanenbaum
Gene Rainbolt


Kirkpatrick Family Fund
Richard Sias, Ad Astra Foundation
George Records

National Endowment for the Humanities

Oklahoma Arts Council

Paul Heafy, Wilshire Charitable Foundation
The Shubert Foundation Inc
Gardner Tanenbaum Holdings
Frank E. Richardson, The Richardson Foundation

Oklahoma Humanities