Making room for a seat with your name on it!
Thanks to your support, it’s really happening!
This past summer, the Depot Theatre announced a special capital campaign to replace the audience seating and carpeting in our historic 1876 train station theatre. The new seats will include accommodations for patrons in wheelchairs as well as LED aisle lighting. Matched by a grant from the New York State Council for the Arts, we set a lofty goal for the project — a sold out house!
Each new seat can be sponsored by contributing $500 or more per seat, which includes a personalized name plate on the seat. Recognition on Front Row seats has been especially reserved for donors wishing to contribute $1000 or more per seat. All contributions of $250+ will be recognized on a permanent display, and all contributors at any level will be recognized in the theatre’s playbills for the coming three seasons.
Looking for that perfect holiday or birthday gift? Consider putting that person’s name permanently on a seat or making a gift in honor of a family member or friend. This limited time opportunity is a very unique way to further ensure the long term viability of professional theatre in the Adirondacks.
You can make a donation online today here!
Thank you for your generosity and continued support of the Depot Theatre! See you next season, sitting back and enjoying a show in one of our new seats!
ABOUT THE DEPOT THEATRE
The Depot Theatre is a non-profit, professional theatre located in a historic, functioning 1876 train station in Westport, N.Y., and operates under an agreement with Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States. In addition to its volunteer board of trustees, the theatre depends on the support and generosity of its loyal donors, volunteers and community members. Committed to promoting and providing exposure to the performing arts in the Adirondacks, the Depot Theatre invites all to “Take a journey without leaving the station.” The Depot Theatre’s 2016 Season is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.