Corporate Donors


SCR’s Corporate Circle is comprised of business leaders ​​who have a strong commitment to making our community an exceptional place to live and work through an investment in the arts.

Through their support for the Corporate Circle Education Fund, these generous and community-oriented businesses provide the financial resources to enrich the lives of thousands of schoolchildren—and their families—each year, through innovative education and outreach programs.

We salute the business members who have helped make ours a thriving arts community!

Affinity Investment Advisors
Allergan Foundation
Angels Baseball Foundation
AnQi by Crustacean
Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa,
    A Tribute Portfolio Hotel
Bank of America
California First National Bank
Canterbury Consulting, Inc.
Citizens Business Bank
City National Bank
Cohn & Swartzon
CommerceWest Bank
Cushman & Wakefield
David Yurman
Deloitte
Edison International
Edwards Lifesciences
Employees Community Fund of Boeing
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Grant Thorton
Haskell & White, LLP
Hueston Hennigan LLP
JP Morgan Chase
Keller/Anderle
KPMG, LLP
MAC Cosmetics
Macy's
Maggiano's Little Italy
Mastro's Steakhouse

Mechanics Bank
Nordstrom
Room & Board
Rutan & Tucker
Savills-Studley
Schweickert & Company
SingerLewak, LLP
Snell & Wilmer LLP
Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth
TriGuard Management
Umberg Zipser
Union Bank Foundation
USI Insurance Services
Woodfruff-Sawyer & Co.
Young's Market Company

Corporate Circle members receive benefits that include acknowledgment to nearly 135,000 theatre patrons each season, VIP entertainment, targeted recognition and special discounted and exclusive ticket offers.

Learn more about the benefits of the Corporate Circle.

To learn more about corporate giving, call Jim Goss, Associate Director of Development, (714) 708-5521 or email him.


Photo: ​Sola Bamis, Corey Brill and Sandra Oh in SCR's 201​6 world premiere production of ​Office Hour by ​Julia Cho. Photo by ​Debora Robinson.