Celebrating Over 20 Years Of Excellence In Black TheatreFor twenty years Robey has been dedicated to enriching, entertaining and exposing our community to a superior theatre experience.
– Bennet Guillory, Co-Founder and Producing Artistic Director
No Gift is too Small to Make a Difference
Robey seeks to provide artists of color, and particularly black playwrights, with a forum where their work can be developed in collaboration with their peers.
Your donations will help Robey continue to nurture creativity, offer training and provide entertainment for playwrights, actors, other theatre artists and a Los Angeles audience.
There are five ways you can donate to Robey. If you have an account with Amazon, you can use that account to make a donation to Robey. If you would like to make a payment using a credit or debit card, you can do so through PayPal. If you would like to send a check or money order, the mailing address is listed below. You can also donate with your Ralphs rewards club card! We also have a Planned Giving program which provides the opportunity to give over the course of a lifetime.
Robey Theatre Company would like to thank you for your interest and contributions, large or small.
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Check or Money Order
Please make checks out to: Robey Theatre Company
Mail to: 514 S. Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
- Register your Ralphs rewards card online using either the name “Robey Theatre Company” OR our NPO #93260.
- Within 72 hours of registering online, every time you swipe your Ralphs rewards card or enter your phone number, Robey will receive rebates.
To Register In Store
- Click to download and then print out this Ralphs Scan Bar Letter.
- Take the letter to Ralphs and give it to the cashier to scan and within 72 hours, every time you swipe your Ralphs rewards card or enter your phone number, Robey will receive rebates.
Planned giving is the transfer of assets (e.g., real estate, stock or life insurance) to a designated nonprofit organization during a lifetime or upon someone’s passing. Usually this happens via a will or other written means. The giving is “planned” because often these assets are not liquid, have tax consequences or can be used to simultaneously generate income for donors.
Click here to download an information packet about Planned Giving and how you can get started.
Special Thank You to our Donors: