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LOOKING AHEAD: A MESSAGE FROM JENNY BILFIELD

As we anticipate our upcoming season, we know that it's important to consider all the factors that will allow us to safely and sustainably mobilize our mission, onstage and throughout our community and educational programs. Your feedback—alongside feedback from artists, managers and agents, performance venues and presenting partners, public health professionals and scientists, and our local and federal government—will help inform our planning. I'd like to share with you some of my thoughts—and hope you'll do the same. Please help us plan ahead by completing our patron survey and attending a May 12 online town hall.

Take care,
Jenny Bilfield
Jenny Bilfield
President & CEO

Looking forward at Washington Performing Arts - A message from Jenny Bilfield

Patron Survey

Survey: We want to hear from you!

Please take less than 10 minutes to share your valuable insights with us, and complete our patron survey by Thursday, April 30.

The WPA Staff on Zoom

Town Halls: We want to talk with you!

Your survey feedback will help inform our planning—but we also value a chance to catch up with you personally. Let's connect and create some virtual WPA community!

Please join us for one of our three virtual town halls on Tuesday, May 12.

Register via these links:

1:00pm  •  2:30pm  •  4:00pm

Giving Tuesday Now

Become a Champion!

Step forward on May 5 to make a gift with even more impact as Giving Tuesday Now joins forces with Do More 24. All gifts to our Champion Fund over the next week will be matched up to $25,000, thanks to a generous challenge donation.


IN CASE YOU MISSED IT...

Flashback to April 16 when we enjoyed live jazz with Veronica Swift followed by a conversation with Washington Performing Arts' Artist-in-Residence and host of WAMU's "The Big Broadcast" Murray Horwitz! 

Veronica Swift Livestream