Naming Opportunities


Honor the past by making an investment in BTG’s future.

Now is the time to honor a loved one, celebrate a “milestone” birthday or anniversary, give a memorable gift, or make a lasting tribute.  Enhance the visitor experience by putting your mark on our historic Pittsfield and Stockbridge campuses as a BTG supporter.

A wide variety of naming opportunities are available:

Paving Our Way to the Future

Help us pave our way to 100 years of theatre in 2028!  Engraved stone pavers are a perfect opportunity to:

  • Honor a loved one

  • Give a personalized holiday gift

  • Thank a veteran for his or her service

  • Advertise your company or business

12” Engraved Paver: $500

Other Naming Opportunities:

The Unicorn Theatre (Stockbridge Campus):

  • Patio Chair $500
  • Patio Table $500
  • Adirondack Chair $1,000

The Colonial Theatre (Pittsfield Campus):

  • Balcony Seat $1,000
  • Orchestra Seat $1,500
  • Center Orchestra Seat $2,500
  • Gallery Pew $5,000

The Mortimer Lloyd Artist House

Newly renovated Mortimer Lloyd Artist House.

Underwrite a Naming Opportunity

  • The Kitchen $100,000
  • Resident Suite $25,000
  • Wendell Ave Garden $15,000
  • Stone Paver $500

For information on our support opportunities please contact:

Kim Krautter
(413) 448-8084 x 44

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