InHouse works to create site-specific productions that confront our audiences with the realism of film in an immersive live theatre setting. We perform in houses, backyards, lobbies, bars & restaurants – all in an effort to give patrons a theatrical experience of such immediacy that entertainment becomes clandestine observation. In doing so, we hope to provide new perspectives on classic works while developing original pieces specifically designed for environmental theatre. Additionally, we are deeply committed to community-minded outreach and education.
Important message to the artist community, our friends, and family: If you lost your job and are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please know that there are resources you can utilize. Below is a list of emergency financial assistance grants for artists as well as those in the service industry. Please feel free to reach out via email if you’ve heard of other grants to which folks can apply, as this list is in no way exhaustive. Remember, we are all in this together, and there is no shame in asking for help.
If you’ve worked anywhere that pays you via a W2 at any time in the past 18 months, you likely can qualify for unemployment benefits. This income requirement includes residuals. The one-week waiting period has been waived, though it may still take several weeks to start receiving benefits.
Emergency need-based financial aid for members of the entertainment industry. Must prove financial need and five years of entertainment industry experience.
COVID-19 specific, need-based financial help for members of the AGMA.
$500 emergency grants for service industry workers.
Emergency grants of $250 for artists. Very simple application that asks for the personal website or social media site that best showcases your work as an artist.
A relief fund for artists affected by cancellations due to COVID-19. Maximum award of $250. Currently accepting names and requests on a waitlist.
Emergency grants to BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Artists and Arts Administrators.
The Artist’s Safety Net. Currently offering financial assistance to artists in intensive care with COVID-19.
The Dramatists Guild Fund awards one-time emergency grants to individual playwrights, lyricists and composers in need of temporary financial assistance due to unexpected illness or extreme hardship. To be considered for personal grant, you must have had a play or musical either presented for a paying audience anywhere in the United States or Canada, and/or published by a legitimate publishing/licensing company; or be an active member of The Dramatists Guild.
The program will provide one-time grants of up to $5,000 for unexpected medical emergencies. The grants are available to visual and media artists and choreographers who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents in the United States, District of Columbia, or U.S. Territories. If you aren’t sure if your artistic discipline fits within these guidelines, please contact the grants administrator.
Emergency income reimbursement for restaurant workers. Written statement of financial need is required.
Up to $2,500 in emergency assistance for bartenders and barbacks for lost wage replacement.