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Old Globe Theatre

AKA The Old Globe

San Diego, CA

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Old Globe Theatre

Also Known As:
The Old Globe
Physical Address:
San Diego, CA 92101 
EIN:
95-1543396
Web URL:
www.TheOldGlobe.org
Leadership:
Mr. Michael G. Murphy
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Fiscal Year Starting: Jan 01, 2011
Fiscal Year Ending: Dec 31, 2011
Revenue
Total Revenue $20,380,767
Expenses
Total Expenses $22,201,441

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Basic Organization Information

Old Globe Theatre

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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Leadership (GuideStar ExchangeThe GuideStar Exchange allows nonprofits to regularly update key information directly to GuideStar. It provides richer and broader information about their programs, impact, finances, people and more. December, 2012)

Mr. Michael G. Murphy

Term:

Since Oct 2011

Leadership Statement:

Over the past 75 years, The Old Globe has grown to be the sixth largest regional theatre in the United States. Today, this theatre is one of San Diego’s most prominent and valued cultural landmarks, reaching generations of San Diegans who are proud of the fact that their Globe is a leading theatrical force in California and the nation.  The Globe has a remarkable capacity to produce and support a great diversity of theatre. The Globe’s artistic programs encompass the work of William Shakespeare and other classical playwrights; revivals and contemporary plays and musicals; and new works. The Globe’s year-round production calendar of at least 15 productions, with more than 600 performances, is now rivaled by only a handful of other regional theatres. The Globe consistently produces high caliber work that represents virtually every style and genre.   The Globe’s artistic mission is strengthened by an exemplary education program, which has been a central facet of the Globe’s mission since the late 1940s. The Globe offers a wide range of education and outreach programs, particularly in underserved communities, and the theatre works with schools throughout the San Diego region to foster the growth of tomorrow’s citizens, audiences, artists and innovators.    In late 2009, the Globe completed construction of its new Conrad Prebys Theatre Center, which includes a new arena stage and education center as well as a stunning public plaza. This facilities project was part of a comprehensive $75 million Capital and Endowment Campaign completed for the Globe’s 75th Anniversary Season, and was the largest, most successful fundraising endeavor in Globe history.    The Campaign grew out of a need to provide both the space and the financial resources to enable the Globe to achieve even higher artistic standards for its productions and expand vitally important education and community programs. The Old Globe’s Board of Directors and staff are grateful that the organization has remained financially stable throughout the recession. As we celebrate of the Globe’s 75th Anniversary in historic Balboa Park throughout the 2010-11 Season, we must also work to secure long-term stability by steadily focusing on the endowment and planned gifts as well as finding new support for annual programs.



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Program: Artistic Programs

Budget:
$14,885,679
Category:
Arts, Culture & Humanities, General/Other
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

The Globe produces year-round theatrical programming that encompasses the work of Shakespeare and classical playwrights; contemporary plays, revivals and new works; and premiere musicals leading to commercial productions and national tours. The Globe’s annual Shakespeare Festival has continued to grow in artistic stature, garnering international recognition. The Old Globe’s 2010 Summer Season began the theatre’s year-long celebration of its 75th Anniversary in Balboa Park with a special Shakespeare Festival led by Adrian Noble, the former longtime head of London’s Royal Shakespeare Company. Productions of new work, which often lead to subsequent performances on Broadway as well as at other regional theatres, enhance The Old Globe’s national reputation as a major cultural resource. The Globe is also committed to developing new material that resonates with younger, more diverse audiences through its innovative Southeastern San Diego Residency Project.

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 produces at least 15 theatrical productions annually:   ·         A Summer Shakespeare Festival, with 86 repertory performances of three plays, in the 612 seat Lowell Davies Festival Theatre.  ·         Six productions, with approximately 292 performances in the 581-seat Old Globe Theatre. ·         Six productions with 228 performances in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, the Globe’s new 250-seat arena theatre, including an installment of the Classics-Up-Close series.

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.

Program: Education Program,

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

Program Description:

The Globe currently offers more than 20 programs throughout the year, serving more than 45,000 children and adults throughout the San Diego region. The recent opening of the new 6,200-square-foot Karen and Donald Cohn Education Center in December 2009 provides the theatre’s first permanent home for many of these programs and has given the theatre an unprecedented opportunity to explore new ways to better serve its artists, students and audiences.

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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Impact Summary from the Nonprofit

: ·         In December 2009, the Globe's new theatre and education center officially opened. ·         The Globe launched a yearlong celebration of its 75th Anniversary Season. ·         The Globe’s Shakespeare Festival continued to grow in artistic stature.  The Wall Street Journal called the 2010 Festival “a theatrical event of which San Diego should be proud.” ·         World premiere productions of Sammy and The First Wives Club – A New Musical received five 2010 NAACP Theatre Awards honoring outstanding people of color in theatre.  2010-11 Goals: Continue to build artistic strength and prominence by developing and producing a diverse program of professional theatre productions of exceptional quality, including classical work emphasizing the plays of William Shakespeare; revivals and contemporary plays and musicals; and new works: Offer 15 regular season productions (more than 600 performances); Produce one production through the Southeastern San Diego Residency Project. Demonstrate a strong commitment to serving the San Diego community by providing a wide range of education and community programs: Programs for students, 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 through Insight Seminars, Shakespeare in the Garden; Post-Show Forums and Globe Tours.  Professional development programs for educators, including an annual conference with the San Diego County Office of Education; workshops and the Teacher Appreciation Series. Discounted admission and 20,000 free tickets distributed through outreach and partnership with schools, community organizations and other arts organizations.

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