CenterStage Volunteer & Activities Program | Entertainment Community Fund

CenterStage Volunteer & Activities Program

Are you a New York area entertainment professional age 65+? You're invited to join us for a variety of activities, volunteer opportunities, groups and workshops.

The first step in becoming a participant in our activities programming is to attend a Waldman Living Room Orientation which are held virtually on the third Friday of each month from 11 am–12 pm ET. RSVP and learn more about our programs and services for members of the performing arts and entertainment industry 65+.

Using the latest research, innovation and best practices centered on aging well, CenterStage is designed to help you create your newest role, while encouraging healthy aging in mind and body and emphasizing our shared community in the performing arts. CenterStage can offer you:

The Waldman Living Room is the hub of our activities and volunteer programming designed for entertainment professionals 65+. Located at 475 West 57th Street in New York City, The Waldman Living Room serves as a place to foster resiliency and create connection.

CenterStage Activities offers participants the opportunity to expand and deepen connections with their community through programming that reflects the arts landscape. Many of our programs are held online and can be attended from your own home. Sign up for more information about CenterStage activities and workshops.

CenterStage Volunteers discover new skills and interests while helping others. This program provides fun and interesting opportunities to expand your current social networks and practice well-developed skills while learning new ones. Sign up here to become a CenterStage Volunteer.

CenterStage Workshops offer relevant and informative seminars. Take part in innovative learning opportunities that address the practical and emotional concerns of aging performing arts and entertainment professionals. Sign up for more information about CenterStage activities and workshops.


Get in touch:

Traci DiGesu

This program is supported by generous funding from The Waldman Foundation.