The Janet Taylor Memorial Education Fund allows hundreds of Tri-State children to see Broadway in Cincinnati shows each year through free and subsidized tickets.
In 2015, over 350 local students experienced the magic of Disney's THE LION KING thanks to the generosity of our Season Subscribers.
Since the program began in 1988, Cincinnati-area students have gone behind the scenes with the puppetry of WAR HORSE, engaged in the drama of CIVIL WAR, delved deeper into the story of BIG RIVER, and much more.
The Janet Taylor Memorial Education Fund is funded through the generosity of Broadway in Cincinnati Season Subscribers, many of whom opt to include a $5 donation to the fund each year with their subscription.
School inquiries about subsidized tickets can be directed using the Education option on the Contact Us page. Preference will be given to schools where at least 60% of students qualify for the USDA's National School Lunch Program and schools that include lessons about the show in their curriculum.
Thank you very much for the discounted tickets! Actually seeing this performance was so much better than anyone could describe.Rachel, 8th grader, after seeing THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
The singing was phenomenal! Next time how about you tell me how the Phantom disappeared, and I will be ecstatic!Diajah, 8th grader, after seeing THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA