Corporate, Foundation & Government Giving

Ashley Herbert, winner of the 2014 National August Wilson Monologue Competition, sponsored by Delta Airlines. Photo: Huntington Theatre Company

The Corporate Sponsor Program supports one of Boston's most vital cultural institutions, providing critical operating support for the Huntington's work onstage and in the community, including Youth, Education, and Community Outreach programs that engage over 36,000 teens and underserved adults each season. Corporate Sponsor benefits include:

  • season-long recognition in the Huntington's program book viewed by 130,000 audience members each year;
  • ticket access and discounts for your employees;
  • VIP ticket assistance at the Huntington and other theatres in Boston, New York, and beyond;
  • free tickets that can be used by the charity of your choice; and
  • other customizable benefits based on your giving level and corporate needs.

For more information or to join, contact Diana Jacobs-Komisar, Institutional Giving Manager, at 617 273 1514.


Corporate, Foundation, and Government Donors

The Huntington Theatre Company is grateful for the support of a wide range of corporations, foundations, and government agencies. This support is vital in sustaining annual operations, including our award-winning productions and Youth, Education, and Community initiatives.

Grand Patron
Boston University

Lead Producers Circle
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
The Barr Foundation
The Calderwood Charitable Foundation
Klarman Family Foundation with the
   Barr-Klarman Arts Capacity
   Building Initiative
Massachusetts Cultural Council*
The Shubert Foundation, Inc.

Executive Producers Circle
Bank of America*
The Boston Foundation

Artistic Producers Circle
Constangy, Brooks & Smith LLP**
Edgerton Foundation
Hershey Family Foundation
High Output, Inc.**
Kingsbury Road Charitable Foundation*
Liberty Mutual Insurance*
National Endowment for the Arts

Associate Producers Circle
Be Our Guest**
BPS Arts Expansion Fund at EdVestors*
Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust
John Moriarty and Associates
MAX Ultimate Food**

Alfred E. Chase Charitable Foundation*
Danversbank Charitable Foundation and
   People's United Bank*
Esther B. Kahn Charitable Foundation*
Lucy R. Sprague Memorial Fund*
The Tiny Tiger Foundation*

playwrights Circle
Brookline Bank*
Cambridge Savings Bank*
Goodwin Proctor LLP
Massachusetts Port Authority
Nixon Peabody
Noble Ford Productions**
Nutter McLennen & Fish
Pruskauer Rose LLP
Ramsey McCluskey Family Foundation*
Ropes & Gray
Schrafft Charitable Trust*
TJX Foundation*
Vertex Pharmaceuticals Worldwide

Designers Circle
($2,500 - $4,999)
5 Napkin Burger**
Advanced Lighting and
   Production Services, Inc.**
Boston Cultural Council*
Cooley LLP
David Greenewalt Charitable Trust*
Eaton Vance Corporation
Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP
Jackson and Irene Golden
  1989 Charitable Trust*
Marsh & McLennan Agency*
Roy A. Hunt Foundation*
Wilson Butler Architects

actors Circle
Cambridge Trust Company
Surdna Foundation

*Education & community programs donor
**Includes In-Kind support

 As of February 2016


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