Supporters & Friends


All Out Arts and the Fresh Fruit Festival is proud to be a part of the Stonewall 50 Consortium since 2019, and we are incredibly grateful for those who support our mission of fighting intolerance through the arts.

Our overall programming is supported in part with public funds generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in conjunction with the New York City Council. Specific programs have been supported with grants from The Puffin Foundation, The Arch & Bruce Brown Foundation, Artists & Writers, and the New York State Council on the Arts.

We wish to thank our Community Producing Partners for a long & supportive relationship:


The Fresh Fruit Festival is a resident Company at The Wild Project – the first, fully “Green” Theater in lower Manhattan. We came to them in 2012 and never left!

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council

LMCC serves, connects, and makes space for artists and the entire community, supporting projects with their “Creative Engagement” and other programs.

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art

For decades the Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation and Museum has been far more than a friend to All Out Arts. They have supported us in all our endeavors with the generous offering of space, time, encouragement and expertise. Without them our thematic art exhibits would never have been the award-winning events they are.

The American LGBTQ Museum

“A vibrant and welcoming space for the entire LGBTQ+ community”

at the New‑York Historical Society

STONEWALL Community Development Corporation

Assisting Seniors with safe and affordable housing, social services, and a meaningful community


A home for innovative theatre supporting an entire region with guidance, exemplary quality, and social consciousness. IMAGO has been called a company of “Theatre alchemists.” We heartily agree.

The My True Colors Festival

Promoting Equity, Inclusion, and Cultural Diversity by opening doors to all cultures and backgrounds


A haven for groundbreaking works of poetry, music, theater and visual arts. A multicultural and multi-arts institution, the Cafe gives voice to a diverse group of rising poets, actors, filmmakers and musicians. A home away from home for us since our inception, thanks to Rome Neal and Daniel Gallant.

AND, We wish to thank our Friends & Business Partners who help to make a non-profit’s life a little less stressful:

APRIO | a global business advisory firm

Consulting, CPA services, Wealth management, and multi-industry expertise makes this firm of more than 1,400 members the most valuable asset in any corporation’s toolbox. Browse their “Insights” website to sample periodic videos and thought provoking articles addressing the social, nonprofit, real estate, technical industries, and many more. Click the logo to meet one of their Partners!

From ADOBE – the world’s leading design-software giant


“One of the quickest, most painless ways I can imagine to get a readable, attention-grabbing message onto social media FAST. (And after 20 years at this I’ve seen a LOT of ways!)” -Louis Lopardi

Templates for all occasions; Loads of free visual assets for your project; A generous and Free set of tools to learn your way around, and a thoughtful upgrade path for when you’re ready.

Parker / Waichman LLP

A highly respected and well peer-reviewed firm with a specialty in personal injury

Our neighbor, and supporter! Brooklyn Solarworks

“A Brooklyn-based solar energy company specializing in flat roof solar installations for New York City.”

Whole Foods

“In the Center of it All”
95 East Houston St., at the Bowery


Whether you’re designing Homes OR Stage Sets!


Lost to the Covid pandemic, but never forgotten by our industry!

American Musical & Dramatic Academy

When the city lost Shetler Studios, AMDA graciously took over the facility in time to restore this much needed industry asset. We thank AMDA for their foresight, and for hiring a management staff already supportive of All Out Arts projects.