Philadelphia Theatre Company (PTC) produces, develops, and presents contemporary theater work focused on the American experience. Since its founding in 1974, PTC has presented more than 200 world and Philadelphia premieres, with more than half of its world premieres touring to other major cities. These include Terrence McNally’s Tony Award-winning Golden Age, Bill Irwin’s The Happiness Lecture, and Being Alive, conceived and directed by Billy Porter with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The company has received more than 50 Barrymore Awards from Theatre Philadelphia.
Management funds supported the salary of a full-time staff position at the theater, a Corporate Membership Manager/Special Events Coordinator. This position was designed to help sustain the growth of the Company's contributed annual operating revenues and extend the reach and services that the Company provides to the region's corporate community.