“T. Schreiber has given so much to so many over these last decades.  They deserve your support today.”   – Spence Porter, Audience Member and Supporter

 You can also donate over the phone (212)741-0209 or via check, mailed to:

T Schreiber Studio, 151 West 26th St. 7th Fl, 10001.


Join us to ensure that the experience of live theatre is available at an affordable price to all. Ticket sales and class fees only cover a portion of our production and education costs, so all of us here at T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre hope you will consider a tax deductible donation. No amount is too small…or too big. All donations are tax-deductible.

We’re so grateful for your support. Here’s the difference your contribution makes:

$10–Helps reduce ticket prices for students

$25–Paint the rainbow-Pays for a bucket of paint

$50–No naked actors! Help support costume design

$75–Sit back and enjoy the show! Pays for a new theater seat

$100–Pays for copying scripts for actors

$200–Pays for props for a Main Stage production

$300–Helps pay for sound design for a Main Stage production

$400–Funds the Roxi Sorina Scholarship* for a Conservatory student

$500–Helps pay for lighting design

$1,000–Pays for one One-Act play production

$2,500–Pays the royalties to produce a published play

$5,000–Builds the set for a Main Stage production

$10,000–Will pay the scholarship for a full-year for a student at the Studio

T. Schreiber Studio and Theatre is a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


*The Roxi Sorina Scholarship Fund- Established June 21, 2012

To keep Roxi’s dreams alive, the T. Schreiber Studio has established The Roxi Sorina Scholarship Fund, to help young actors in their pursuit of training and living their own dreams. The scholarships will make possible the participation in the One Year Conservatory for a promising and worthy candidate, so they may, as Roxi did, shine on now and into the future.



“If you were thinking about donating to the scholarship program I can tell you firsthand that you are giving to a program that is dedicated to the craft and its students. It is a program that teaches us to value ourselves and the work. The dedication from teachers and the students it attracts creates an environment where everyone strives to do their best work and I think that is something special!”
Chantelle Adams, 1 Year Conservatory Scholarship Recipient 2015