THE TULL FAMILY THEATER SUSTAINING CIRCLE:A Foundation for Long-Lasting Impact

As a grassroots nonprofit, the Theater exists through the efforts and contributions of hundreds of donors. You, too, can play a major role in the life of this regional asset, creating cultural opportunities now and for future generations, enabling those who live beyond the city—including those in need—to access arts options.

The Tull Family Theater has a straightforward vision: to extend Pittsburgh’s cultural vibrancy to communities beyond the city—and to bring quality films of all kinds to you. Since opening in February 2017, the Theater has:

  • Screened more than 230 different films; a mix of new releases, independent and foreign films, documentaries, classics, educational and cultural offerings;
  • Attracted over 96,300 people for screenings and events, with patrons from Allegheny, Beaver, Butler and Washington counties, West Virginia, Ohio and beyond;
  • Welcomed 1,287 children from nearby underserved communities to watch major releases at no cost to them, providing transportation along with free admission and concessions;
  • Pioneered sensory friendly screenings in this region for those with autism and special needs, offering new, much-appreciated cultural options

These are just a few of the ways the Theater has made a difference in individual lives and impacted the region. As a young nonprofit, this cultural asset will continue to advance its goals; build its audience base, increase its earned revenues, and advance its corporate and foundation support.

While we work to meet these goals, we invite you to join The Tull Family Theater’s Sustaining Circle: a group of 100 members pledging at one of three levels ($2,500, $5,000 or $10,000) for three consecutive years (2019, 2020 and 2021), positioning the Theater for lasting success and far-reaching impact.

With the Sustaining Circle’s membership goal now over the halfway mark, we hope that you will join us for move the final phase of this initiative over the finish line, ensuring that the Theater continues to serve the region for years to come.

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The Theater is grateful for its first 11 families leading this initiative:

Shelly McQuone & JEB Blaugrund

Beth & David Genter

Susie & Bob Kopf

Katie & Doug Larsen

Barbara & Chuck Moser

Susan & Chris Pappas

Joan & Bob Peirce

Carol Ϯ & George Shannon

Yaso & Will Snyder

Judith & Steve Thomas

Suzanne & Jeff Watters

Ϯ in memoriam

Members

Sarah Ahmad & James Wilson

Sandra & Renato Bacchi

Dr. Ivan Baumwell & Family

Marie & Peter Borstelmann

Leslie & Matthew Braksick

The Busatto Family

Susan & Mark Cox

Sylvia Dallas & John Oliver

The DiAndreth Family

Denise DuFour & Cary Blancett

Carol & Brian Duggan

Amy & Scott Elste

Jennifer & Brian Fetterolf

Eleanor Friedman

Marcia & David Gordon

Marnie & Jim Haines

The Jardini Family

Laurie & Rick Johnson

Susan & Greg Kaminski

Nicole & Patrick Keane

Julie & Juergen Kloo

Jamie & George Magovern

Eileen & Tom McConomy

Darlene Nowak & Charles Harris

Celine & Paul O’Neill Jr.

Nancy & Paul O’Neill Sr.

Linda & Michael Orsini

Elaine & Dan Park

Lisa & Dennis Pegden

Jan & Marc Pereira

Dr. Richard Bowers & Miriam Rader

The Regueiro Family

Kim Roberts & Stanley Ference

Linda & Bill Roemer

Beth & Ken Rom

Carol & Gary Schurman

David Sculley

Neill & Alex Simakas & Family

Annika & Dr. Duke Thomas

Carolina & David Thor

Diane & Dick Viall