Theatre District of WNY
Founded in 1979, Theatre District Association of Western New York, Inc. is a not-for-profit community association dedicated to the promotion of the health and well-being of Buffalo’s neighborhood known as the Theatre District.
It is our goal to foster public awareness and appreciation of the unique aspects of the Theatre District as an urban cultural neighborhood and to provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas which may affect the welfare of the District and its members and to promote dialogue with other agencies or organizations which may impact our neighborhood.
TDA focuses attention on neighborhood cleanup and physical improvement, and encourages programs for safety and security.
TDA also participates in the development and production of public events which showcase the Theatre District and promote its economic development and growth. Join us each September for Curtain Up!
Theatre District Association welcomes membership by
property owners, tenants, businesses, non-profit organizations, residents … and any interested individuals.
Theatre District Association Members help move the neighborhood forward in areas such as:
Public Relations and Marketing
Special Events including Curtain Up!
Neighborhood Security and Maintenance
Informational Forums and Presentations
Promoting Membership and Welcoming New Neighbors
Theatre District Association welcomes membership by property owners, tenants, businesses, non-profit organizations, residents and any interested individuals.
Current Members of the TDA Board of Directors:
Co-Presidents: Lisa Ludwig/Michael Russo
Vice President: Michael Greco
Treasurer: Mary Young
Secretary: Cassie Cameron
Class 1 (2-year term ends in 2024)
Hostel Buffalo Niagara
Irish Classical Theatre Company
O’Connell & Company
Shakespeare in Delaware Park
Shea’s Performing Arts Center
Class 2 (2 year term ends in 2025)
Houndstooth Costume Collective
Second Generation Theatre
Shea’s 710 Theatre
Shea’s Smith Theatre
Our annual Curtain Up! event celebrates the opening of the theatre season in Buffalo and the continued strength of the Theatre District that has played a large role in Buffalo’s Resurgence. Experience this unique celebration in two “Acts.”