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Theater Garden, Ltd. is dedicated to the development and production of new works, as well as re-interpretation of classic drama. We believe in a theater which connects us to our history and heritage, which uses the power of live performance to bring a community together in dialogue, debate and celebration. We are committed to the arts in education, as well as art as education. Our mission is to produce entertaining, socially relevant theater that brings history to life for audiences of all ages.

Our Current Projects and Latest News:

Theater Garden is a co-producer of LIBERTY, a monumental new musical

News Date: 
June 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016


Tax-deductible donations toward LIBERTY's 2016 Off-Broadway run at 42West (514 West 42nd St.) can now be made through Theater Garden.

As an Educational Sponsor you can help to bring students and educators to our exclusive school performances. Just like Joseph Pulitzer, Emma Lazarus and the numerous carpenters, masons and ironworkers, not to mention the newsies, pushcart peddlers and railroad workers, who gave their pennies, nickels and dimes to fund Liberty’s pedestal.

All sponsorships include name recognition on our websites and dedicated social media announcements.

$10 - $99 - NEWSIE
$100 - $499 - CARPENTER
$500 - $999 – MASON - One Complimentary Ticket to a Performance of Your Choice
$1000 POET- Educational Sponsor Sponsorship of one class of students and chaperones (35 tickets) + 2 tickets to a Performance of Your Choice
$6,500 SCULPTOR - Educational Sponsor - Sponsorship of a full school audience (250 tickets) 2 tickets to opening night performance & reception
$10,000 - VISIONARY - Educational Sponsor - Sponsorship of a full school audience (250 tickets) + 4 tickets to opening night performance & reception

Please makes checks payable to Theater Garden Ltd. and mail to 304 Windsor Place, Brooklyn NY 11218.
Contact Group Sales at 866-811-4111 for more information.

LIBERTY a monumental new musical

LIBERTY a Monumental New Musical

LIBERTY a monumental new musical

A beautiful, French immigrant arrives in New York Harbor in 1884 – there’s something different about her, something larger than life.

She arrives amid a divisive national immigration debate, as well as a recession. Powerful political forces align to send her home.

Donate for LIBERTY!


News Feature

  • At his bar mitzvah at the Park Slope Jewish Center last fall, Jesse Naranjo said to himself the words that are so integral to the coming-of-age ritual: "Today, I am a man."

    By giving his bar mitzvah money to a musical about the Statue of Liberty, this immigrant's son proved he's also a mensch.

    The Middle School 51 eighth-grader is donating $2,700 he got as gifts to help producers of "Liberty: The Musical" take it to a major Manhattan venue.