Successful businesses know the power of a good story.
As one of the country’s premier regional theatres, Berkeley Rep offers companies of any size customized benefits packages and unique opportunities to achieve their goals, from brand alignment, employee recognition, and client entertaining to making a meaningful impact in their communities.
To learn more about Berkeley Rep’s Corporate Partnership Program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From world premieres and Broadway-bound productions to signature events, Berkeley Rep offers a range of sponsorship opportunities customized to suit the needs and objectives of your business.
Reach a key demographic or express your company’s values by sponsoring a specific production or program. Connect with younger arts patrons by sponsoring Berkeley Rep’s popular Under 35 half-price ticket program, or target mature audiences with the sponsorship of specific events.
Make a difference in the lives of next generation artists and arts patrons by sponsoring the School of Theatre or one of its many programs, including Teen Council, fellowships, student matinees, residency workshops, scholarships, and more.
Express your values by supporting artist-focused programs like The Ground Floor: Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work, free in-conversation events, or audience engagement activities.
Employee rewards and client entertainment
Imagine hosting a special evening at the theatre for your clients, with a private reception or backstage tour. Or rewarding key staff with tickets to the Theatre or a special event. Berkeley Rep offers numerous hospitality opportunities throughout the year to help you create unforgettable experiences for your guests.
Corporate and Hospitality Sponsors
Berkeley Rep gratefully acknowledges the generosity of its corporate and hospitality partners, including leadership gifts from:
Andrea Gordon Real Estate | Armanino LLP | Aurora Catering | Ayaba Wines | Bank of Marin | Bayer | Comal | Covenant Wines | Gallagher Risk Management Services | Heroic Italian | Hugh Groman Catering | Kermit Lynch | Lucia’s Berkeley | Mechanics Bank | Meyer Sound | The Morrison & Foerster Foundation | Picante | Residence Inn by Marriott Berkeley | Semifreddi’s | Wells Fargo
Berkeley Rep gratefully acknowledges the Corporate Council, a group of business leaders that strengthens the Theatre through advocacy and by expanding Berkeley Rep’s relationships with the greater corporate community.
Erica Brown | Former President, Retail, Peet’s Coffee & Tea | Co-Chair
Robert Lucchese | Regional Market Executive, Private Sales, Bank of America Securities | Co-Chair
Elisabeth Andreason | Principal, The Andreason Group at Morgan Stanley
Tracey Rogers Brandt | Winemaker/Proprietor/General Manager, Donkey & Goat Winery
Joan Dove | Area Executive Vice President, Gallagher Risk Management Services
Hugh Groman | Chef and Proprietor, Hugh Groman Catering
James Hauer | Vice President, Sr. Trust Officer, Mechanics Bank Wealth Management
Sandra R. McCandless | Partner, Dentons US LLP
Maureen McGraw | Human Resources Director, Meyer Sound
Steve Perez | Director of Solutions, Financial Innovation Division, Hitachi Vantara
Mike Rose | Chief Creative Officer, Mad Scientist, Semifreddi's Bakery
Emily Shanks | Retired Small Business Regional Executive, Bank of America
Allan Smith | Chief Information Officer, Peet’s Coffee & Tea
Brian Watt | News Anchor, KQED
Photo by Kevin Berne/Berkeley Repertory Theatre
(l to r) Taylor Symone Jackson, Candice Marie Woods, and Nasia Thomas in Ain’t Too Proud—The Life and Times of The Temptations
Book by Dominique Morisseau | Music and lyrics from The Legendary Motown Catalog | Based on the book entitled “The Temptations” by Otis Williams with Patricia Romanowski | Music by arrangement with Sony/ATV Music Pulishing | Directed by Des McAnuff | Scenic design by Robert Brill | Costume design by Paul Tazewell | Lighting design by Howell Binkley | Sound design by Steve Canyon Kennedy | Projection design by Peter Nigrini | Hair and wig design by Charles G. LaPointe | Fight direction by Steve Rankin | Orchestrations by Howard Wheeler | Music direction and arrangements by Kenny Seymour | Choreography by Sergio Trujillo