iTheatre Collaborators

Below you will find patrons of iTheatre Collaborative. These are businesses that help support iTheatre in its mission to "produce distinctive theatre that cultivates the visceral, innervating and divergent experiences intrinsic to live performance." Many of these businesses offer special deals to iTheatre patrons, to thank them for being part of the iTheatre experience. Please help support our supporters by patronizing their businesses.

Help support iTheatre Collaborative. Add your business here by contacting us via the Contact page.

Arizona Center

Contact: Arizona Center
Location: 400 E. Van Buren St., Phoenix
Phone: 602-271-4000
A special offer for iTheatre patrons. You can purchase a $3 parking voucher for the Arizona Center Parking Garage either online, over the phone or when you get to the theater.This voucher is valid at the AZ Center Parking Structure, 400 N. 5th St., Phoenix, AZ, 85004, between the hours of 5pm to 4am on Monday-Friday and all day Saturday-Sunday. Subject to availability at the garage.

Special Deal: $6 parking at the Arizona Center

Arizona Commission on the Arts

Location: 417 West Roosevelt Street, Phoenix
Phone: 602-771-6501

One of 56 state and jurisdictional arts agencies, the Arizona Commission on the Arts supports a statewide arts network. The agency is governed by a 15-member Governor-appointed Commission and a professional staff grounded in the arts. Their staff includes practicing artists, skilled administrators and education specialists who serve in local and national arts leadership roles.

They receive and administer funds from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts and direct this funding to programs that contribute to the growth and stabilization of the arts, impact student learning, nurture and develop artists’ craft and skills, preserve the rich traditions of Arizona communities, and encourage participation by citizens of all ages and abilities.

City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture

Location: 200 West Washington Street, 10th floor, Phoenix
Phone: 602-262-4637

In 1985, the Phoenix City Council established the Phoenix Arts Commission to “preserve and enhance the natural beauty of Phoenix, its cultural and artistic heritage and to encourage the proliferation of the arts in all facets of the public and private sectors.” The creation of the commission marked the city’s commitment to the key role art can play in building a better city. The agency has since expanded to become the Office of Arts and Culture. Its work is supported by the Phoenix Arts and Culture Commission, a body of citizen volunteers who advise the City Manager and City Council on the city’s cultural programs and efforts.

National Endowment for the Arts

Location: 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC
Phone: 202-682-5400

The National Endowment for the Arts was established by Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government. To date, the NEA has awarded more than $4 billion to support artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. The NEA extends its work through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector.

Piscean Web Development

Contact: Scott Hummel
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Phone: 602-330-8090
Piscean Web Development, known colloquially as Piscean Dev, is a full-service web development company founded in 2006. The company was originally called Piscean Design. The company specializes in building affordable websites for non-profit organizations in the Valley. Piscean Dev, which builds content management systems for its clients, also features several small businesses among its clients. In addition, Piscean Dev manages email marketing campaigns for some of its clients.

Special Deal: 15% off web development packages