ICT is the resident professional theatre company of the City of Long Beach. Established on the campus of Long Beach City College in 1985, ICT moved to its current performing home, the Beverly O'Neill Theater at the downtown Long Beach Performing Arts complex in 1996.
ICT's mainstage season, combined with its carefully curated slate of education programs for children (PACT, Summer Youth Conservatory), young adults (free tickets to performances/talk backs, paid internships), families (Free Saturday Family Theatre), and seniors (transportation and free tickets), its programs have something to offer everyone from 4 to 104 and reach around 30,000 people annually.
Explore the ways that you can support ICT's commitment to presenting high quality productions and education programs to our diverse greater Long Beach community.
You can get involved with International City Theatre in lots of ways. Volunteer your time, buy a ticket, or become a donor.
As a non-profit professional theatre we rely on donors like you who value ICT’s commitment to the community.
Your donation at any level will touch others’ lives, and is 100% tax deductible and deeply appreciated.
BECOME A DONOR
There are several options for donating. Make a one-time donation, contribute to our annual fund, or make us a part of your endowment giving.
Our annual fundraising event, Encore, is an exciting way to connect with the community while supporting ICT.
CELEBRITY CIRCLE & PHILANTHROPIC STARS
Jim & Loraine Ackerman Family*
The Ackerman Family/Evalyn M. Bauer Foundation
Nancy Ackerman Gaines
The Matthew & Roberta Jenkins Family Foundation
Lyn & John Pohlmann
Don & Marlene Temple*
Temple Family Foundation
Dr. Alan & Rosecarrie Brooks
John & Julie Mendell
James & Carol Preusch
Chris Taber & Linda Strome
Amy & Rich Lipeles
Schulzman Neri Foundation
Gerald Miller & Gail Wasil
Actors’ Equity Foundation
Arts Council for Long Beach
ASM Global – Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center
Evalyn M. Bauer Foundation
California Arts Council
The City of Long Beach
Gazette Newspapers – Media Sponsor
The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
Bess J. Hodges Foundation
Housing Opportunities Program for the Elderly, H.O.P.E.
Long Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
Long Beach Business Journal – Media Sponsor
Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance
Michael’s on Naples
The Earl B. and Loraine H. Miller Foundation
Kinder Morgan Foundation
Park Bixby Tower, Inc.
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
The Rudolph J. and Daphne A. Munzer Foundation
The Port Of Long Beach
Performing Arts Live – Media Sponsor
Press-Telegram – Media Sponsor
SCAN Health Plan
The Shubert Foundation, Inc.
Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
U.S. Bank Foundation
Supported in part by a grant from the Arts Council for Long Beach and the City of Long Beach.
ICT is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.