PSF Sponsors

Each season, before a single line is memorized or a swordfight choreographed, sponsors commit their support to the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Without their generosity, ticket prices would double. We thank all of our 2016 sponsors – corporations, individuals and foundations – for their partnership with Pennsylvania Shakespeare festival.

Festival Sponsorships & Benefits

Gifts large and small have real impact at Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival. Donations help build your brand recognition and value with an active, educated audience over an extended period of time by linking you to PSF.

Sponsorship levels vary. Some examples are:

  • $1,000 to sponsor a single performance of any play

  • $2,500 to co-sponsor the orchestra for the musical

  • $5,000-$7,000 to co-sponsor a production

  • $10,000-$15,000 to sponsor a production

  • $10,000 (platinum), $5,000 (gold), $2,500 (silver) and $1,000 (bronze) Gala Sponsorships

  • $25,000 for the season sponsorship

In return, gala and production sponsors receive recognition in high-quality, print publications mailed to more than 70,000 quali­fied households; links to their company's homepage on the PSF website; inclusion in emails sent to an opt-in list of 10,000-plus PSF patrons; invitations to special events and backstage tours; half-price advertisements in PSF programs; concierge ticketing; free use of DeSales University facilities prior to or after performances.

For more information about sponsorships, contact Director of Development Melissa Kerr at Melissa.Kerr@pashakespeare.org or 610.282.WILL [9455] ext. 6.

Thank You to our 2016 Sponsors

Season Sponsors


Kathleen Kund Nolan & Timothy E. Nolan

Associate Season Sponsors

Linda Lapos & Paul Wirth

Dr. James & Penny Pantano

The Szarko Family

Sponsors

Amaranth Foundation
Steve & Jane Auvil
Lee & Dolly Butz
Brenda & John McGlade
David B. & Patrina L. Rothrock
Drs. Paul & June Schlueter

OFFICIAL HOTEL

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Lee A. Butz

BROCHURE DESIGN

Festival Host

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival’s 2016 productions of Julius Caesar, The Taming of the Shrew, and Love’s Labour’s Lost are part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.