STAGES Sponsors & Donors

We are honored to recognize the supporters and friends that make STAGES Youth Theater’s programming possible. We simply couldn’t do it without you! If you are interested in supporting STAGES please click here for more information, or contact us any time.


Greater Portland Council of Governments DECD Cares Act Fund
Little Dolphin Foundation (in memory of Kerry Scammell)
GiveClear Foundation / Louise Grant
The Onion Foundation
The WC and EJ Thornton Foundation


Cassandra Marie Events
Coffee By Design
Oxbow Blending & Bottling


Brian P. Allen
Jennifer Allen
Sara Axelrod
Mark Barrasso
Misty Beasley
Elizabeth Bliss
Michaela Boissonneault
Denis & Kristina Boissonneault
Jennifer Bragg
Suzanne Brown
Rose Cannon
Robin Carter
Brendan Daly & Amanda Eaton
Sally Deluca
Virginia DeRoche
The Doane Family
Linda Edgar
Deanna Etienne
Linda Faber-Shields
Julie & Brian Fournier
Elizabeth Freeman
Maria Fox & Mark Shaughnessy
Deirdre Fulton McDonough
Aurora Gregg
Amy Haile
Andrea Hester
Julie Hutchins
Paul Jessen
Sarah Jessen

Selena Juneau-Vogel
Stacey & Daniel Koloski
The Landry Family
Ryan LeFebvre
Zoë Lewis
Amy Lombardo
Mark Magee
Benn May
Jackie Oliveri
Jeffrey Peterson
Elizabeth Provost
Hollie Pryor
Michelle Roy
Makenzie Sands
Cheryl Scammell
Christine Scammell
Hallie Scammell
Hollye & Dave Seddon
Margaret Spann
Johnny Speckman
Kristin Sutton
Jamie Swenson
Abby Vafiades
Diane Vafiades
Peeranut Visetsuth
Shannon Wade
Pamela Winters
Vicky Wilson (in honor of Hollye Seddon)
Monica Wright

This list includes recent donations made through March 15, 2023. We make every effort to keep this list up to date and complete – please contact us if there are any errors or omissions.

STAGES also gratefully acknowledges the following organizations and individuals who have recently contributed advice, expertise, volunteer hours, products and/or other services in support of our mission: Meg Anderson, Woodford’s Congregational Church

“Being able to think outside of the box and put yourself out there, especially as a child, teaches you how to be a confident, well-rounded person. I know I don’t know where I would be without youth theater.”

Eliza Skidgel, STAGES Alum & Employee

“Inclusion, confidence, empathy, support. STAGES teaches life long lessons that go far beyond any stage. There is NO youth theater experience like it.”

Julie Fournier, STAGES Parent