Thank you for your participation in this week’s #GIVINGTUESDAY. Because of you we can continue to tell great stories well into the next year.

If you missed #GivingTuesday there’s still time to make your End-Of-Year gift and do your part to give Great stories a voice. Clicking the Donate Now button to start the season of giving off right.

Thank you,






Zane Sebasovich
Director of Development


$25 can help to procure a prop for one of our upcoming productions.

$50 could pay for all of the rechargeable batteries we require for the performer’s body microphones.

$100 could costume one actor for one of our 5 mainstage productions.

$250 could help us to acquire an electrician for the necessary two days of work for a mainstage production. This is a essential aspect for the technical innovations the Eagle strives to provide.

$500 can pay for one member of our backstage technical crew.

All suggested giving amounts are illustrations of what each donation could do. Donated funds will be used where the money is most needed.

We are hooked. That’s why we bring our friends.

Beth and Barry Evans — Margate City


The Eagle Theatre soars above the rest. Unearth the treasures of this playhouse with its great selection of plays, outstanding performances, brilliant direction and friendly staff. The theatre is pleasantly intimate, not a bad seat in the house – in fact every seat is a great seat. And did I mention – live music and a wine bar. Not to be missed.

Bob and Judy Czarneski — Barnegat


We would normally travel further from our home to view live shows, [but] we know from experience how delightful attending the Eagle Theatre is going to be. We look forward to the amazing and talented actors/actresses, their costumes, the thrilling music and dramatic lighting, the dialogue, songs, their lovely voices, and cannot forget the authentic hairdos and makeup for whichever era is being portrayed for starts.

Ray and Sheila Whisler — Waterford Works

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