A note from Neil Patrick Harris
Want to join me on set? Well here’s your chance! Donate as little as $10 and you’ll be entered to win a set visit to my Netflix Original Series, A Series of Unfortunate Events, in Vancouver.
Here’s what you'll win: a meet-and-greet with me on the set of Season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events in Vancouver – this October 16th, 17th or 18th. We’ll fly you and a friend to Canada, get you set up at the Shangri-La Vancouver Hotel, and give you a truly fortunate experience.
All this in support of the American Theatre Wing! The Wing is celebrating its centennial this year by reaffirming its mission to ensure that the next generation is on stage, behind the scenes and in the audience.
If you want to donate more than $10, you’ll get extra chances to win, plus I’ve designed some cool rewards for you. It’s my way of saying thank you for your support of the Wing.
Donate now! I’ll see one of you fortunate winners in Vancouver...
About The American Theatre Wing
One hundred years ago, on the eve of America’s entry into World War I, seven suffragettes—all women of the theatre—came together to form The Stage Women’s War Relief. A century later, the spirit and vision behind the founding of American Theatre Wing remains a touchstone for all we do. The Wing continues to champion bravery, with a focus on developing the next generation of brave artists. We envision an American Theatre that is as vital, multi-faceted, and diverse as the American people.
The Wing’s programs span the nation to invest in the growth and evolution of American Theatre. We provide theatre education opportunities for underserved students through the Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative, develop the next generation of theatre professionals through the SpringboardNYC and Theatre Intern Network programs, connect emerging artists and administrators to free tickets through Swing Seats, incubate innovative theatre across the country through the National Theatre Company Grants, foster the song of American Theatre through the Jonathan Larson® Grants, honor the best in New York theatrical design with the Henry Hewes Design Award, and illuminate the creative process through the Emmy Award®-nominated “Working in the Theatre” documentary series. In addition to founding the Tony Awards® which are co-presented with The Broadway League, the American Theatre Wing co-presents the Obie Awards®, Off Broadway’s Highest Honor, with The Village Voice.
Visitors to americantheatrewing.org can gain inspiration and insight into the artistic process through the Wing’s extensive media collection, and learn more about its programming for students, aspiring and working professionals, and audiences. Follow the Wing on Twitter and Instagram @TheWing, and on Facebook.com/TheAmericanTheatreWing.