Giving and Support
Your Donation to Proctors Makes a Difference
Each year, several hundred thousand patrons (including 40,000 students) come to Proctors to enjoy a live performance, GIANT screen movies, educational programs and special events. Additionally, long-term rentals like The Green Market, graduations, and dance recitals help to support our claim to be the region’s premier gathering place for a communal arts experience.
Proctors is a not-for-profit organization that has positively impacted the Capital Region since 1926. From our early vaudeville roots to our role today as a nationally recognized Blockbuster Broadway venue for shows like Wicked and Disney’s The Lion King, we remain the region’s brightest star and an industry leader.
For the last two years, straight, a national research company has reported that Proctors is the region’s #1 entertainment destination!*
Unfortunately, ticket sales alone do not fully cover our operating costs, so we rely on foundations, corporations and individuals like you to meet our annual need of more than $3 million dollars. Your support enables us to bring a diverse selection of quality performances to Proctors, provide community engagement and education programming and create a vibrant destination for entertainment, business and living.
Make your gift today and take pride in supporting a significant community asset. In addition, you’ll enjoy exclusive benefits which may include the opportunity to purchase tickets before public sales begin, priority seating, complimentary beverages in our VIP lounge, and many more.
Every donation, whatever its size, is vital – and very much appreciated.
Click any of the links below to explore the many ways you can support Proctors.
Please take a moment to view the video at the right. Our CEO Philip Morris describes why your support is vital to Proctors and the dramatic role of the arts in our region.
* 2009 and 2010 Scarborough Research data for the 14 surrounding counties.
|ICFS Presents: The Room||Friday, May 29, 7:00 pm|
|TOSCA||Sunday, May 31, 3:00 pm|
|One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest||Monday, June 1|
|Seymour: An Introduction||Tuesday, June 2|
|Show Boat||June 6 to 7|
|Raging Bull||Monday, June 8|
|North by Northwest||Monday, June 15|
|It Came From Schenectady Presents Found Footage Festival's Salute to Weirdos||Wednesday, June 17, 8:00 pm|
|A Midsummer Night's Dream||June 21 to 24|
|The Godfather||Monday, June 22|
|Home||Sunday, June 28, 12:00 pm|
|The Godfather Part II||Monday, June 29|
|The Three Tenors||Saturday, September 12|