Capital Stage Legacy Circle
Join the Capital Stage Legacy Circle
You can ensure that Capital Stage continues to provide the gift of live theatre through your planned gift to the Capital Stage Legacy Circle.
Planned giving is a way to make a future gift through your financial and estate plans. Your gift may provide tax benefits for you or your loved ones, and it will ensure that the enjoyment and enrichment you’ve experienced at Capital Stage is available to the Sacramento community for generations to come.
Choosing the right planned gift depends on your personal circumstances and goals. From simple to gifts of retirement plan assets, real property, appreciated securities, and a range of life income gifts
Through your future gift, you can continue to support Capital Stage’s adventurous artistic work and exceptional arts education and outreach programs. Your gift will help provide annual income for the Theatre, or be invested in key capital projects that help to fortify the Theatre’s long-term financial health.
Please contact me to learn how you can make artistic excellence part of your legacy at (916) 822-3783.
Producing Artistic Director
Legacy Circle Donors Story: Drs. John & Lois Crowe
Michael: Do you remember what the first CapStage show you saw was?
Lois: It might have been the one about the three prisoners.
Michael: Oh, SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME?
Lois: Beautiful play.
Michael: What made you decide to make a planned gift for CapStage?
John: We do that for everybody we are involved with. Everybody is in our wills.
Michael: What’s important about the work that we do for you guys?
John: It’s first class Theater. Never Fails. It’s always good!
Michael: What other groups do you support?
John: It’s a long list. The Mondavi Center of course. Oregon Shakespeare. San Francisco Opera. Sacramento Opera. Santa Fe Opera. B Street they are on the list. Is that everybody?
Lois: Stanford University, West Port University.
Michael: I would call you extraordinary supporters of the Arts. Why so? What do you think is valuable about the Arts?
John: It gives us a lot of pleasure. It’s life fulfilling. It’s really important to us.
Lois: Seeing a good play is like reading a good book. You learn a lot from it. You get in touch with your feelings and other people’s feelings.
Michael: What would you say to someone who was planning a plan gift to CapStage?
Lois: If you’re a person that donates money and believes in something then why not leave something behind for future generations?
John: Pay it forward.