Membership – Danspace Project

Become a Member


Danspace Project members are a key part of our community. Support the presentation of risk-taking new dance, get great deals on tickets, and much more.

Artist/Student/Senior  |  $30

  • $5 off one ticket to Danspace Project performances
  • Advance email notice of upcoming seasons

Solo  |  $60

  • All Artist/Student/Senior benefits, plus:
  • RSVP service – call ahead to secure your tickets and pay at door

Duo  |  $100

  • All Solo benefits for two, plus:
  • One ticket voucher – bring a friend for free
  • Acknowledgment in list of donors

Solo Patron  |  $250

  • All Duo benefits for one, plus:
  • A full season pass for one – free admission to Danspace performances for a full year
  • Discount guest admission for one ($5 off ticket price)
  • Reserved premium seating when you call ahead
  • A gift certificate to a neighborhood restaurant

Duo Patron  |  $500

  • All Solo Patron benefits for two, plus:
  • Discount guest admission for two ($5 off ticket price)
  • A gift certificate to a neighborhood restaurant (even higher value!)
Note: All complimentary and discount tickets must be reserved in advance to ensure availability.



Please note that Danspace Project staff is abiding by social distancing protocols and is currently working remotely. We are unable to process gifts by check at this time and would greatly appreciate any gift made through our online donation form. Thank you for your continued generosity and support.

Please contact Severine Kaufman with any questions about membership.

Leadership Circle

Exclusive benefits including access to salons, wine receptions and other special events with artists and curators are available at higher levels of Membership. For more information please contact Peggy Cheng.

Group Memberships

Danspace Project welcomes the opportunity to design customized membership programs for student groups, companies, and more. Contact Peggy Cheng to learn more.

Danspace Project is a non-profit organization established under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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