The Ape Theater is a small nonprofit comedy based theater and training ground.
Recently, the building The Ape Theater called home for over a year was purchased by Community Development Partners from Long Beach California and The Alberta Abbey Foundation appointed a new Executive Director and The Ape needs a space to continue our programming and classes.
A space that includes enough room for a theater with backstage, lobby, classroom space, rehearsal/community space plus an office space in a vibrant neighborhood with high foot traffic. We’re open to weird and unusual spaces. Please help us find The Ape Theater and her community a new home.
The Ape Theater is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, your generosity is tax deductible. It takes a lot of bananas to keep us going. Please consider donating to The Ape.
HELP KEEP PORTLAND WEIRD
Experimental theaters like The Ape are an integral part of any progressive community. If you feel this it true, please join us in finding our new home.A few ways to get involved:
• Have a connection or idea about a space for The Ape? Weird and/or unusual spaces definitely considered.
• Spread the word with your community that The Ape needs a new home.
• Volunteer - Do you have a special skill you’d like to share or some time to donate?
• Interested in collaborating, investing or becoming a sponsor of The Ape Theater?
Please reach out via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Press Inquiries: Kelly Ford email: email@example.com 507-269-3164
LISTEN HERE! Craig Cackowski has Brunch With Chris.
Legendary improviser and teacher Craig Cackowski stops by The Ape and talks Chicago, the value of list making and his thoughts on Improv.