Support

For 40 years, Roulette has presented outstanding new work, supported extraordinary artists, and brought thousands of people physically together around fascinating ideas. Help protect the creative space we’ve built and join us in creating a more curious, more connected, more open world.

Looking For a Deeper Giving Relationship with Roulette? 

Become a Member
Starting at $75/year, Roulette Membership is for curious, adventurous audiences—save on tickets, get free entry passes for you and guests, save on our online store and at the bar, receive invitations to special Roulette events, and discounts at 15 neighborhood eateries.

Join the Patron Circle
Starting at $500/year, joining Roulette’s Patron Circle means free access to all Roulette shows for you and guests, concierge ticketing services, invitations to private events, and a vital role in the health of our organization.

Have a Seat
Commemorate, celebrate, and remember your friends, employees, or family by naming one of our 161 red plush seats in our renovated, 1928 Art Deco theater. Seats start at $500, and package discounts are available for partner commemorations.

Become a Corporate Sponsor
Is your business looking to make a difference? Becoming a Roulette sponsor can be as enriching and visible for your brand as the broad community we serve. Sponsorship packages start at $500, or can be customized for your needs.

Generate
GENERATE helps fund ambitious, complex, and often large-scale experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers through residencies, commissions, and other critical production and technical support.

 

Contributions may also be mailed to:
Roulette Intermedium, Inc.
228 West Broadway, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10013
Attn: Jim Staley

For questions about how you can contribute to Roulette, please contact Emily Bookwalter, Director of Development, at emily@roulette.org.

Roulette Intermedium is an artist-driven, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization, registered in The State of New York. Your charitable donation to Roulette is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.