Partners

Below is information about our partner organizations who have chosen to “Do More” with Arts Ambassadors. Please feel free to explore the many facets of each of these organizations and see what discounts each one has made available via the Arts Ambassadors Community Card.

Arts Ambassadors Community Card Information:

In partnership with the public charity Arts Ambassadors Foundation 501(c)(3), we provide a fundraising opportunity for not-for-profit partner organizations by consolidating numerous discounts with the Arts Ambassadors Community Card. We hope this program will encourage you to “do more” within your community by not only directly supporting arts organizations with a tax-deductible donation*, but also by providing a number of opportunities to support arts organizations with your attendance.

1. Complete a real estate transaction using an Arts Ambassadors referred Real Estate Professional and receive the Arts Ambassadors Community Card as a thank you gift.

2. Select a partner organization on our Partners page and make a minimum donation of $200 to that organization though the Arts Ambassadors Foundation and receive the Arts Ambassadors Community Card as a thank you gift.

3. Nominate a qualifying 501(c)(3) designated arts organization to be an Arts Ambassadors partner organization. Then, if approved by Arts Ambassadors, make a minimum donation of $200 to that organization through the Arts Ambassadors Foundation and receive the Arts Ambassadors Community Card as a thank you gift.

4. Make a minimum donation of $200 to the Arts Ambassadors Foundation general fund and receive the Arts Ambassadors Community Card as a thank you gift.

*Options 2, 3, and 4 are all fully tax deductible

All Beaches Experimental Theatre

ABET’s mission is to bring the excitement of live theatre to diverse audiences. There is an emphasis on new and original plays and neglected classics, and on developing new talent. We seek diversity in all aspects. Many roles are race/gender neutral. We invite everyone to get involved – volunteer, buy a subscription, make a donation, audition for a play, or take a drama workshop for adults or children. ABET is a not-for-profit theatre, registered with the State of Florida as a tax exempt charitable organization #CH14275. We receive generous grants and support from: City of Jacksonville, Community Foundation in Jacksonville, Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, Tom and Jean Nehl Fund of The Community Foundation in Jacksonville, The Robin Shepherd Group… and many other donors and subscribers.  The theatre is wheelchair accessible. ABET’s HISTORY Carson Merry Baillie and three of her drama workshop graduates founded ABET (then Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre) to bring more original

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Clamour Theatre Company

Our mission is to inspire and nurture a love of theatre in northeast Florida, to bring professional productions into Clay County on a regular basis, and to contribute to the cultural and economic growth of our community. We will produce live theatrical productions of both new and classic works of the highest quality, and we will work to support and train aspiring theatre artists of all ages, genders, races and ethnicities.

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Jacksonville Dance Theatre

Founded in 2012 and located in Jacksonville, Florida, Jacksonville Dance Theatre is a contemporary modern dance company dedicated to creating and promoting excellence in the field of professional dance on local, national, and international stages. JDT is committed to creative innovation and exchange through choreographic projects, concert dance performance, movement intervention outreach, and dance education. Led by Artistic Director, Rebecca R. Levy, and Executive Director, Katie McCaughan, the company has produced 9 robust local seasons as well as touring and festivals internationally and throughout the country. JDT co-produces its annual repertory concert each Spring with the historic Florida Theatre in downtown Jacksonville. JDT has commissioned new and existing works from choreographers Jonah Bokaer, James Boyd, Emily Cargill, Bryn Cohn, Lana Heylock, Jay Jackson, Bliss Kholmeyer, Lisa D. Long, James Morrow, Brian Palmer, Mikey Rioux, Talani Torres, JoAnna Ursal, and Pioneer Winter, among others. Jacksonville Dance Theatre performs repertory works choreographed by the company’s artistic director and resident choreographers, and frequently commissions its performers and local artists to create new works

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Limelight Theatre

We’re inviting you to be part of our story. Established in 1992, Limelight Theatre is the only year-round community theatre located in St. Augustine, Florida. Co-founded by Anne Kraft and Jean Rahner, the Limelight Theatre staged its first production on August 28, 1992, in the Monson Bayfront Inn. It provided entertainment at this location for almost two years. In 1994, Limelight achieved non-profit status as a 501(c)3 organization, and continued to offer productions for a number of years at a wide variety of local venues, including a small rented building on U.S. 1. In 2001, through a generous grant from the Joukowsky Family Foundation, the Limelight purchased a 10,000 square foot building at 11 Old Mission Avenue in uptown St. Augustine, and converted it to a 125-seat theater, thus moving into its first permanent home. The building needed significant improvements, and in 2006, the Limelight applied for and received a

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Players by the Sea

For over 50 years, Players by the Sea Theatre has enriched the community through excellence in live and innovative theatre. Players by the Sea presents productions that are engaging, thought–provoking, emotionally stimulating and entertaining through the extraordinary support and dedication from community volunteers – actors, directors, designers, backstage crews, carpenters, visual artists, etc. Players by the Sea is an artistic home for anyone who wants to engage with the community through interactive and incredible storytelling. OUR MISSION Players by the Sea enriches the community through excellence in theatre. OUR VALUES Players by the Sea is an artist-driven community theatre committed to enriching audiences and volunteers by providing: Creative opportunities Artistic risk-taking A collaborative, respectful atmosphere Educational opportunities for everyone Multi-cultural perspectives Thoughtful conversations about human connections PRODUCTIONS Players by the Sea features two performance spaces – the 150-seat John McManus Mainstage Theatre and the intimate 80-seat Grace Darling Studio Theatre.

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The 5 & Dime Theatre Company

The 5 & Dime tells stories that engage, inspire, entertain, and challenge audiences, nurturing a rich artistic culture in Jacksonville’s Urban Core. THE 5 & DIME is… A THEATRE COMPANY inviting all kinds of artists together to bring relevant, poignant theatre to our city. A THEATRE COMPANY that asks audiences to think about the kind of city we live in, and the kind of city we want to be. A THEATRE COMPANY without a theatre, but dedicated to bringing a home base of arts and culture to Jacksonville’s urban core. A THEATRE COMPANY with a track record of critically acclaimed productions.  

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