Shakespeare & Company in Lenox has launched a fundraising campaign to make half-priced theatre tickets available to frontline workers in the Berkshires. The Give a Seat fund, created to provide essential workers of all types with half-priced theater tickets. 

Designed to thank these important members of the community...

Tuesday, Nov. 30th is the tenth anniversary of 'Giving Tuesday'. Donations that are made to Shakespeare & Company as part of the campaign will be used to make tickets available, at the discounted price, for a costumed reading of The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley, which is scheduled to run on Thursday, Dec. 16th through Sunday, Dec. 19th at the Tina Packer Playhouse. 

Bonnie Stevens, director of Development for Shakespeare & Company...

Frontline workers are all around us doing essential jobs that keep our communities up-and-running,” said Stevens... This is just one way we can give back to them for their tireless work: offering a well-earned night out at the theater.

 

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(GiveASeatFundB: Shakespeare and Company has created the Give a Seat fund to provide essential workers of all types with half-priced theater tickets. The initiative will launch on Giving Tuesday, November 30.)

How do I contribute to the "Give a Seat" fund?

To contribute to the Give a Seat fund this Giving Tuesday, visit shakespeare.org/donate mail a check to Shakespeare & Company, 70 Kemble Street, Lenox, MA 01240, and include the notation “Give a Seat”. Donations will also be collected via Shakespeare & Company’s Facebook and Instagram pages throughout the day on November 30. 

All frontline workers are invited to use the code “giving” at check-out to receive their half-price discount; for more information, call the Box Office at (413) 637-3353, or visit shakespeare.org. 

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