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.

For information on our sponsorship and fellowship support opportunities, please contact:

Kelsey Matherne
Fundraising Manager
(413) 448-8084 x102
kelsey@berkshiretheatre.org

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