REFLECTIONS ON 2021-2022

As the pandemic raged on through 2021, Theatre NOVA remained closed to the public, but we were able to still produce theatrical productions over Zoom and filmed a collaborative musical as well. With the generosity and fortitude of our patrons, along with an important Shuttered Venue Operating Grant from the SBA, we were able to re-open in September 2021 with masking and vaccination requirements for actors, artists, and audiences. 

 

For information about our organization, please explore the following links:

Guidestar listing:

Silver Transparency

2022

Theatre NOVA's Financial statements:

Access our Cultural Data Project funder reports below:

Theatre NOVA’s 2021 Cultural Data Project Funder Report

Theatre NOVA’s 2020 Cultural Data Project Funder Report

Theatre NOVA’s 2019 Cultural Data Project Funder Report

Access our form 990 for past years below:

FY 2021

FY 2020

FY 2019

Theatre NOVA is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Charitable Solicitation Registration

Theatre NOVA's Bylaws

Theatre NOVA's Board Conflict of Interest Statement

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 (L to R): Kristin Clark, Elizabeth Jaffe, K Edmonds, John DeMerrell, and Justin Scott Bays from “Sing Happy!” music by John Kander and Fred Ebb with musical arrangements by R. MacKenzie Lewis, directed by Diane Hill at Theatre NOVA. Photography by Sean Carter Photography.

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 (Left to Right): Phil Powers and Anne Damman from the Michigan premiere of "Relativity" by Mark St. Germain, directed by Carla Milarch at Theatre NOVA. Photography by Sean Carter Photography. 

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(LtoR): Dan Johnson and Justin Montgomery in "Pass Over" by Antoinette Nwandu, directed by Casaundra Freeman at Theatre NOVA. Photography by Sean Carter Photography.

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(LtoR): Dan Morrison, Bryana Hall, and Monica Spencer in "An Almost British Christmas" by Carla Milarch and R. MacKenzie Lewis, directed by Carla Milarch at Theatre NOVA. Photography by Sean Carter Photography.

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 (Left to Right): Diane Hill, Justin Montgomery, and Andrew Huff from the Michigan premiere of "Lifespan of a Fact" by Jeremy Karaken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell, directed by Carla Milarch at Theatre NOVA. Photography by Sean Carter Photography.

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 (Left to Right): Richard Payton, R. MacKenzie Lewis, Diane Hill, Vince Kelley, Jason Briggs, Jamie Richards, and Liz Schultz from Theatre NOVA in collaboration with Ringwald Theatre's filmed version of "A New Brain" by William Finn and James Lapine

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 (Clockwise from Top Left): Patrick Loos, Bryan Lark, and Alysia Kolascz from Theatre NOVA's Zoom Play of the Month "Mortal Fools" by Catherine Zudak

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 Megan Wesner and Kate Stark from Theatre NOVA's Zoom Play of the Month
"Whatcha Doin'?" by Jacquelyn Priskorn

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 Morgan Breon from Theatre NOVA's Zoom Play of the Month
"The W.I.T.C.H." by Morgan Breon.

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 (Clockwise from Top Left): David Moan, Jennifer Graham, Nate John-Mark, and Dan Johnson from Theatre NOVA's Zoom Play of the Month "4 Genres?" by Ron Riekki