Donate now to support Pushcart's mission

to provide theater programming that fosters Understanding, Discovery, Participation and Love of the Arts.

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$7,495 towards $9,174

Help Us Reach Our Fiscal Year End Goal Of $20,000 By June 30th.

We Have $2,279 More To Go!

(as of 5/31/17)

Your Contribution Will Help Pushcart Players ...
  • Bring substantive musical theater, workshops, residencies, sensory friendly performances, and Accessible programming to young people and their families in schools and theaters nationwide
  • Develop new original productions, "The Velveteen Rabbit" and "Imagine the Moon"
  • Improve production value by upgrading technical equipment and reconditioning costumes and sets

As a social-profit organization, Pushcart counts on the support of enlightened individuals, government, corporate, foundation, local business, and private sources. Our programs rely on nearly 40% contributed income to keep them accessible to all young people.

Won't you help the extraordinary work of Pushcart Players throughout NJ and across the nation? Please, be as generous as you can by making a tax deductible donation to "Pushcart Players" today and share this link via email or social media. Your participation will make a profound difference for thousands of children in the 2017-18 season!

Our deepest thanks and warm regards,

Pushcart Players

Paul Whelihan, Producing Artistic Director

Samantha Simpson, General Manager


Board of Directors

Ellen Beattie * Frank Costa * Arthur F. Fost, MD * Thomasina Hyland

Merle H. Kalishman * Barbara Melone * Susie Paplow * Larry Steinman * Ruth Fost, Co-founder


Check out Pushcart's NEW production, "The Velveteen Rabbit!"

A young boy's love and a little nursery magic help transform the Velveteen Rabbit from a favorite plaything into a real rabbit. The Boy and Velveteen embark on exciting imaginary adventures, from deep dark caves to the wide open sea, and together they learn the true meaning of friendship in this musical re-telling of one of America's favorite storybooks.

Book by Paul Whelihan and Music & Lyrics by Paul Farinella