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Naming Opportunities

Seating in The Colonial Theatre. Photo by Christopher Duggan.

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 graduation gift, or make a lasting tribute.  Here is an opportunity to create an ongoing legacy while improving the “audience experience” at The Colonial or at Berkshire Theatre Festival’s historic campuses.

A wide variety of naming opportunities are available:

From engraved stone pavers on the Unicorn Patio ($500), to chairs ($250) and tables ($500) for pre- and post-show gatherings on the Berkshire Theatre Festival’s campus.  Relax in one of our Adirondack Chairs on the BTF lawn ($1,000) or on wooden benches adjacent to the Walkway ($2,000) – complete with a brass plaque for your name or message.  You may even choose to plant a tree or underwrite aspects of our landscape plan as a remembrance.

The Save Me A Seat! naming opportunity at the Colonial will allow you to become part of this national landmark’s history. A beautiful brass plaque, engraved as you wish, will be installed on the arm of the seat type you choose, in permanent recognition of your generous support. It makes a perfect tribute for your support or a one of a kind gift for that special person in your life. A certificate with the exact location of the seat will be sent to you.


The Thaddeus Clapp House

The newly renovation Thaddeus Clapp House

Underwrite a Naming Opportunity

Renaming of the Thaddeus Clapp House $500,000

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

Inaugural Support Plaque Listing

Be a Founder of the Thaddeus Clapp House!

Support the project with a dedicated contribution of any amount up to $1,000 by December 31, 2019, and your name will be listed on our Inaugural Support Plaque inside of the beautiful Thaddeus Clapp House.

For information on our support opportunities please contact:

Kim Krautter
(413) 448-8084 x 44
kimkrautter@berkshiretheatre.org.

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In a Boston Globe article by Don Aucoin on Covid‑19, Artistic Director Kate Maguire said:
"Out of need will come the way. Once the pandemic ebbs, whenever that is, there will be an incredible need to gather again." The theatre has existed from the time of the Greeks. We will go on.
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