Patrick Scully Productions aims to live life as freely, consciously and creatively as possible, and in the process create space for others to do the same.
Springboard’s Incubator is a fiscal sponsorship program that provides sponsorship for arts groups and individual artist projects that do not want (or are not ready) to become tax-exempt nonprofit organizations. In other words, we make it possible for groups to receive tax-deductible grants and donations as they grow. In addition, Incubator artists receive support for their fundraising and marketing efforts, legal referrals, and networking support.
Incubator is designed for arts groups and individual artist projects that have a nonprofit purpose and/or are looking at becoming their own tax exempt nonprofit organization. Sponsored projects must be artist-led, fit with the mission of Springboard for the Arts, and be based in or producing work in Minnesota. Learn more about the Incubator program here.
Check out our current Incubator projects below, or use the filters to your left to find more projects!
Rachel Perlmeter Productions Rachel Perlmeter Productions aims to produce, workshop, and develop an audience for the writings of the late playwright and interdisciplinary artist Rachel Perlmeter and to continue her legacy.
Carlyle Brown & Company aims to develop and put on performances of Carlyle Brown’s theatrical work.
Double Theatre aims to mount, in collaboration with Mixed Blood Theatre, a new production of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” that reimagines a famous tale of an older generation failing a younger one with a diverse array of ethnic and gender identities onstage at the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood venue in the fall of 2022
The Gray Mallard Theatre Company aims to bring professional theater to the Twin Cities in unique outdoor settings with accessibility, community engagement, and the inclusion of diverse voices as cornerstones integral to every production. Their belief that art belongs to everyone drives them to engage their community by creating a public gathering space centered around a dynamic, imaginative, and entertaining live performance, at no charge to their audience.
Phantom Chorus Theatre aims to serve as a grass-roots non-profit theatre company that specializes in collaborative, experimental, original works or adaptations. Through the mediums of puppetry, movement, music, and multimedia they strive to harness the power of imagination and wonder – to make the impossible real. With a focus on accessibility and community outreach, their aim is to bring a unique theatrical experience to a wider audience.
Virginia Twins aims to foster a collaborative performance company that creates theatrical dance pieces and movement workshops grounded in empathy, experimentation, and humor.
Turtle Theater Collective aims to produce high-quality, contemporary work that explores Native experiences and subverts expectations about how and when Native artists can create theater.
The Fox & Beggar Theater aims to bring provocative, innovative, and enchanting storytelling to a troubled world, through a broad fusion of both performing and visual arts.
Orchard Theater Collective aims to create theatrical spaces where artists and audiences can join together in exploring the spiritual, existential, and social questions of our modern world through stories in the communal experience of theater.
Fortune’s Fool aims to create high quality theater productions of new works and works that are rarely produced in the Twin Cities, with an emphasis on Minnesota voices.
Toot aims to create original, non-script-based, theatrical performance pieces that illuminate overlooked energies of contemporary life.
an alleged Theatre Company aims to create original, artist-driven theatre, comedy, and variety performance.
What’s Next aims to create theater that furthers conversations necessary for the progress and education of our communities.
Threshold Theater aims to create fresh LGBTQ work and bring a broad audience of artists and the community fresh theater experiences through new work and original takes on classic LGBTQ works.
Cahoot?! Physical Theatre aims to subvert economic, geographic, and social boundaries by making innovative theatre accessible – to everyone.
Turtle Theater Collective aims to produce high-quality theater that explores contemporary Native experiences, and subverts expectations about how and when Native artists can create theater.
Theatre 55 aims to foster lifelong learning through theatre performance and education.
Transatlantic Love Affair aims to create physical theatre devoted to the imaginative telling of relevant stories.
On Stage aims to make local theater relevant to younger and non-traditional audiences and to lay the groundwork for building future theater audiences.