Support the Wortham Center
By attending performances, you help Wortham Center make a lasting impact through the power of the performing arts — creating moments of joy, connection, empathy, learning, and possibility.
For audiences: “I love the variety that the Wortham provides. I also love how Wortham’s choices expose the audience to different cultures, different mediums of entertainment, and shows that make people think deeper and with more understanding and patience with people different from them. It’s exactly what we need right now. Bravo, Wortham!” –Black Violin patron
For community participants: “Wortham is a beautiful venue for dance classes. Our class of women in their wisdom of years is so wonderful, both for what we learn, but even more for how we feel within ourselves and with each other. Jamie facilitates this process and holds the space so masterfully.” –Max, participant in the Lifelong Dance community class in the Henry LaBrun Studio
For local companies and artists: “From the first day we met in the Tina McGuire Theatre, I felt like “At the Café” had found its home. Since this was my first production, you and your staff were indispensable in teaching me how a theatre operates. A heartfelt “Thank You” goes to you and everyone at Wortham.” –Marcy, At the Café Playwright.
Please take your impact a step further! Ticket sales alone cannot sustain Wortham’s high-quality programming and services. We also rely on supporters like you who recognize the power of the performing arts to lift up and transform communities.
Please make an End-of-Year gift to continue to strengthen the Wortham Center’s impact on people like Max, Marcy, Lucas and thousands of audience members like you.
Your support makes a difference, and we can’t wait to grow our relationship with you.
For more information about how you can support the Wortham Center, please contact Development Director Jennifer Zemp at 828-210-9849 or email@example.com.
“Wortham is a cultural heartthrob in downtown Asheville, providing rich fulfillment and entertainment to locals and visitors alike.”–Patron of the Wortham Center for the Performing Arts