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Old Globe Theatre Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/21/2014: Old Globe Theatre

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: OLD GLOBE THEATRE

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AKA  The Old Globe
San Diego, CA
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Old Globe Theatre Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 05/21/2014: Old Globe Theatre

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 07/14/2014: OLD GLOBE THEATRE

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Also Known As: The Old Globe
Physical Address: San Diego, CA 92101 
EIN: 95-1543396
Web URL: www.TheOldGlobe.org 
NTEE Category: A Arts, Culture, and Humanities
A65 Theater
Ruling Year: 1952 


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Mission Statement

The Old Globe's mission is to preserve, strengthen and advance American theatre by: creating theatrical experiences of the highest professional standards; producing and presenting works of exceptional merit designed to reach current and future audiences; ensuring diversity and balance in programming; and providing an environment for the growth and education of theatre professionals, audiences and the community at large.

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Mr. Michael G. Murphy

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Since Oct 2011

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Michael G. Murphy formerly served as General Manager at The Old Globe since 2003, overseeing the Production, Education, Human Resources, Information Technology and Facilities Departments, as well as Front of House operations. He also managed the construction of the Globe's new theatre and education facilities. Prior to the Globe, he was the Managing Director of Austin Lyric Opera in Austin, Texas, Director of Administration of San Diego Opera and General Manager of San Diego Repertory Theatre. Before relocating to San Diego from New York, he held similar positions at Theatre for a New Audience and the Joyce Theater Foundation's American Theater Exchange. He also served as negotiating assistant for the League of Resident Theatres and sales representative for Columbia Artists Theatricals Corporation. Mr. Murphy has served on the Board of Directors of the San Diego Performing Arts League and serves as a Management Trustee for San Diego County Theatrical Trusts, the pension and welfare trust for IATSE stagehands in the San Diego region. He was also an adjunct faculty member of the Music Department at the University of San Diego. Mr. Murphy earned his B.F.A. degree in Stage Management from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri and his M.F.A. in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.

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Budget:
$20,232,326
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

The Globe produces a wide range of year-round programming, including Shakespeare and the classics, contemporary plays and revivals, and new plays and musicals (both premieres and early productions) that may lead to future productions by other regional theatres or commercial producers. The Globe's capacity to produce theatre of the highest artistic quality and provide a supportive environment for creative work attracts leading theatre artists to San Diego. Highlights of the Globe's current 2013-14 Winter Season include Artistic Director Barry Edelstein's first season inaugural Globe production, The Winter's Tale, in The Old Globe Theatre - the first indoor Shakespeare production in over a decade. Upcoming productions include the world premiere of Dog and Pony, by Rick Elice and Michael Patrick Walker (which received an Edgerton Foundation Award for New American Plays); the California premiere of Water by the Spoonful by Pulitzer Prize-winner Quiara Alegría Hudes; the J.B. Priestly classic Time and the Conways; and Christopher Durang's Broadway hit Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.

Program Long-Term Success:

The Old Globe is committed to providing artistic programming of the highest caliber for its audiences and to serving as a major artistic resource for the field. The Tony Award-winning Old Globe, its productions and artists have been honored with virtually every local and national theatre award. Sustaining high artistic standards and providing a supportive work environment draws leading theatre artists to the Globe who can help the theatre fulfill its mission and remain among the nation's leading regional theatres.

Program Short-Term Success:

The Globe will produce 14 theatrical productions in 2014. * A Summer Shakespeare Festival with two full productions in the 612 seat Lowell Davies Festival Theatre: OTHELLO and THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA (60 performances). * Six productions, with approximately 285 performances in the 581-seat Old Globe Theatre. * Six productions with 182 performances in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, the Globe's new 250-seat arena theatre.

Program Success Monitored by:

Evaluation is an ongoing process at the Globe that requires input from all departments. The Marketing Department tracks sales trends and market penetration, Development analyzes giving patterns in targeted donor groups. Communications activity is focused on soliciting participation in the Globe's work and encouraging long-term relationships with the institution. While it's important to evaluate attendance, audience response and press coverage for each production, the theatre also measures success in terms of the quality of the relationships that are built between the Globe's staff and the theatre artists who spend time working here

Program Success Examples:

The Globe's varied repertoire appeals to a broad audience and attracts theatre-goers from throughout Southern California, the United States and abroad. In 2009, the Globe's most recently completed fiscal year, theatre admissions totaled 234,735, with 199,766 paid tickets and 34,969 free admissions, primarily distributed through schools and nonprofit organizations. There were 27,238 tickets sold to San Diego County visitors, including buyers from throughout the United States as well as from Australia, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, the British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, England, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Scotland and Switzerland. Acclaim for Globe productions in national publications like The Wall Street Journal, which called the current Shakespeare Festival a ""theatrical event of which San Diego should be proud"" reinforces the Globe's position as a leading American theatre company and highlights San Diego as focal point for arts and culture.

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Budget:
$375,851
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other
Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Current programs serving students include School in the Park, free student matinees, a Summer Shakespeare Intensive for high school students, a Middle School Conservatory, the Grinch Initiatives and professional development for teachers and teaching artists. Life-long learning programs include the Insight Seminars, Shakespeare in the Garden, post-show discussions and free public events. The Globe became the first regional theatre to offer autism-friendly performances in 2012 and in 2014 will offer two performances: Into the Woods and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! New programs will include more community-based work that engages disenfranchised community members and ensures that the Globe's artistic resources are more accessible to everyone.

Program Long-Term Success:

The impact of the Globe's artistic programs is augmented by education and community programs designed to develop and sustain a lifelong love of theatre. These programs will serve more than 45,000 children and adults annually, helping build stronger relationships between the Globe and its artists and audiences as well as with schools, administrators, teachers and students.

Program Short-Term Success:

The Old Globe will demonstrate a strong commitment to serving the San Diego community by providing a wide range of education and community programs. The 2010-11 program objectives include: Introductory and intensive theatre training for children, reaching more than 22,000 students through programs including free Student Matinees and workshops, Globe Readers, Globe Honors, the Summer Shakespeare Intensive, Production Guides; Grinch Initiatives; School in the Park; and the Southeastern San Diego Residency Project.Lifelong learning opportunities that enhance audience appreciation for Globe productions, serving at least 4,700 adults through Insight Seminars, Shakespeare in the Garden; Post-Show Forums and Globe Tours.Professional development programs for educators, including the annual conference with the San Diego County Office of Education (60 participants); Grinch Teachers Workshop (160 participants) and the Teacher Appreciation Series (600 participants).Access Initiatives providing discounted admission and approximately 25,000 free tickets distributed through outreach and partnership with schools, community organizations, social services organizations and other arts organizations.The Globe's Master of Arts in Dramatic Arts program, in partnership with the University of San Diego, will provide intensive training in classical acting. The 14 actors enrolled in the program will be cast in main stage productions and serve as understudies.

Program Success Monitored by:

Education and community programs are evaluated through surveys, observations by the Globe Education Department staff and follow-up meetings with student participants, Globe Teaching Artists and teachers. The Education Department also consults with the school districts' Directors of Visual and Performing Arts, language arts specialists and other school administrators to evaluate in-school program components. In addition to tracking the number of students served, program evaluation includes the ongoing assessment of students' work (e.g. journals, essays, performances, projects, etc.); collection of attendance data; and written surveys completed by participating students and teachers. Evaluation results are used to improve the Globe education programs and shared with other arts organizations and schools.

Program Success Examples:

Education and community programs offer opportunities to serve a wider constituency, with an emphasis on reaching underserved groups throughout the region. Current programs include: The Southeastern San Diego (SSD) Residency Project; The Grinch Children's Initiatives and Globe Readers literacy programs; the Shakespeare Initiatives for Young People; Playguides; Student Access to the Arts; In-school Residencies; professional development for teachers and teaching artists; the Teacher Appreciation Series, life-long learning programs such as Insight Seminars; Shakespeare in the Garden; the Speaker's Bureau and Behind-The-Scene Tours; and free public events and performance tickets. In addition to making specific programming choices that attract a broader, more diverse audience, the Globe continually works to expand access to this theatre. The Globe will continue to offer its ""$20 Under 30"" program to engage young adults and is working to expand its ""Street Team"" of volunteers who earn free tickets by promoting the Globe among their peers. As part of the Globe's ongoing celebration its 75th Anniversary, a total of 7,500 tickets will be provided free-of-charge to high school students. Students are encouraged to contact the Globe and are eligible to receive one free ticket to each of the Globe's Winter Season productions.
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The 6th largest regional theatre in the U.S., The Old Globe employs or contracts approximately 650 artists, professional artisans and staff each year and consistently produces quality theatrical productions that draw national attention to San Diego. The Globe has produced 75 World Premieres, including A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder (co-produced with Hartford Stage) in 2013 which also became the 21st Globe production to transfer to Broadway. Total 2013 attendance for 553 public performances was 226,013, with 190,138 paid tickets; 24,399 free admissions (primarily distributed through schools and nonprofit organizations); and 970 tickets sold to tourists from throughout the U.S. and 34 different countries. The Globe's 19 community and education programs served 28,238 students and adults, with highlights including 11 free student matinees (4,833 students), a school tour of Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT, with 28 performances (6,643 students); the second annual Autism-Friendly "Grinch" performance; and Community Voices playwriting workshops at churches, community centers, military bases and other sites associated with community partners. To date, participants have created 172 original ten-minute plays. In 2014-15, the Globe will produce fourteen professional productions and offer a wide range of education and community programs for children and adults throughout the San Diego region. The 2014 Shakespeare Festival returns to the producing structure of 1988-2003 and will offer free-standing productions of OTHELLO, directed by Barry Edelstein and THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, directed by Mark Lamos. The 2014 Summer Season also featured an inventive new production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical, INTO THE WOODS, which premiered at the Globe 28 years ago. The first regional theatre to offer" Autism Friendly" performances, the Globe will offer this accessible, supportive theatre experience for two 2014 productions.
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