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1703 D1 Post Oak Blvd
Houston, TX 77056

(713) 899-7595

How to Help

As a non-profit children’s community theatre, Wildfish Theatre thrives and relies on dedicated advocates who support our mission to provide education and development of our future arts patrons and leaders.


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GREEN ROOM

As a member of the Green Room you will receive:

* Two Front / Center Tickets to one of your child's performances in the current semester
(limit two VIP seats per family).

* An invitation-only cocktail event hosted by Krysti Dailey and the Board of Directors.

* Special recognition in show programs.


BE AN ADVOCATE THROUGH SPONSORSHIP

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Whether you support a show or your child’s class, you can feel good knowing children will be enjoying the benefits of the best educational musical theatre experience.  Your sponsorship has a valuable impact on over 300 students each semester. 

 Tuition covers the costs of the best theatre teachers Houston has to offer, professional live musicians, a professional set designer, costume design, and administration. Your sponsorship allows us to continue providing our students with expanded outreach performance opportunities such as iTheatrics, Junior Theater Festival, Miller Outdoor Theatre, and community events such as Zoo Lights, as well as partner with nationally acclaimed performance professionals.


provide a scholarship

Wildfish Theatre strives to reach out and make sure every child has access to the broad learning experiences offered through musical theatre education.  Each year we are able to offer assistance to students who would not otherwise be able to pay full class tuition.  Wildfish also provides performing education at nearby schools with limited arts programs.  Your contribution helps pay tuition for a child or provides for one of our directors to offer a Wildfish program at a school.

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