Definition of high five from Miriam Webster
a slapping of an upraised hand by two people (as in celebration)
//gave each other a high five after the winning goal

Did you know: Miriam Webster dates the first known use of high five to 1980.
That’s the year I turned 5. Coincidence?

Here’s what I’m hoping for:

+ Give me a high five by coming to see an Azuka Theatre production (or 2…or all 3 with a season package) this season!
Make a reservation now! At Azuka, you pay AFTER seeing the show and you get to decide the value of your experience!

++ Not ready to make a reservation, but want to let me know you’ll commit to seeing one of our productions?
Donate $5.00 now! I’ll follow-up with a reminder about making a reservation!

+++ Can’t make it to a production this season, but want to show your support for our work, the artists who work with us and our commitment to community and accessibility through Pay What You Decide?
Be RAD – a Recurring Azuka Donor – and donate $5.00 (or more) on a recurring basis. You decide the amount and how often: monthly, quarterly or yearly!

Thank you for showing your support! When you do make a reservation, be sure to let me know when you’re coming! I’ll try to be at the performance to say hello and thank you!