Remember your first time at the theater? Share the unforgettable thrill of the spotlight with generations of K-State students. From the Moscow Festival Ballet to the B-52s, your gift to McCain Auditorium and the McCain Performance Series supports K-State’s stage for live performing arts.
A McCain retrospective
Since 1970, K-State students and the campus community have experienced thousands of live performances first-hand — from Broadway shows and the acclaimed Landon Lectures to internationally celebrated musicians and student plays. McCain Auditorium is K-State’s culture center for live performing arts.
Spotlight on K-State’s performing arts
In 2020, McCain Auditorium completed renovations to expand the lobby and improve the visitor experience. The McCain Performance Series continues to feature live stage and musical adventures like Carol Burnett, Trevor Noah and The Blue Man Group. Thanks to private donors, patrons now have greater opportunity to meet the performers, additional space to connect over tasty beverages during intermission and a new and accessible box office.
Donors like you are important partners in bringing live performing arts to K-State.
When you give to McCain Auditorium, you bring the brightest entertainment and creativity to the K-State community.
McCain upgrade includes event and performance space — and yes, more restrooms.
Choose how to support McCain Auditorium
This fund provides discretionary support to enhance programming, facilities, and/or faculty, staff and student opportunities connected with the mission of McCain Auditorium.
This endowment annually supports an event at McCain Auditorium.
Funds provide for operations, exhibitions, programming, education and other activities.
These funds will be used for the planning, design and construction of the McCain Facilities Expansion.