Sponsors and Partners
Berkeley Playhouse is pleased to have relationships and partnerships with the following organizations who share our passion for the arts and education. Scroll down to see the special offers, announcements and discounts our partner organizations and theatres have for Berkeley Playhouse visitors. To join us as a sponsor or partner, please contact Gretchen Feyer, Managing Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 845-8542 ext. 304
Our Season Sponsors
When Alfred Peet opened a small coffee store on the corner of Walnut and Vine Streets in Berkeley, CA, few noticed that a revolution was brewing. But, Mr. Peet had other plans. By 1969, Peet's Coffee & Tea had become a gathering place for coffee devotees, called Peetniks, and a magnet for other artisan food crafters.
Since 1922 the Bartolucci Family has consistently created a perfect marriage of grapes and wine at Madonna Estate. Located in the world-renowned Carneros region, an area known for its fertile lands and cool climate, the Bartolucci family has found success with their organically grown grapes and Estate Bottled wines.
Extreme PizzaGourmet Pizzas (baked or take n bake), sandwiches, fresh salads and killer wings with on-time hot delivery, pick up or eat in. Locations in Berkeley and Oakland. Mention promo code 2338 for 10% off your next order and another 10% of your order will be donated to support Berkeley Playhouse new work and conservatory programs.
Student Matinee Sponsor
American Eagle Outfitters Foundation
Every young person needs to explore and wants to make a difference. American Eagle Outfitters inspires discovery through programs that provide adventure and growth. Practical support is important – that’s why every year, we make contributions both to large organizations and grassroots charities to help as many individuals as we can to flourish and succeed.
2017/2018 Show Community Partners
Annie and San Francisco CASA
“CASA was originally founded by a judge to bring the community into what is otherwise a confidential, opaque system,” says San Francisco CASA Director of Development Paul Knudsen. “There are nearly 7,000 children in the Bay Area who have been removed from the only homes they knew, all in need of supportive adults and we are excited to partner with the esteemed artists at Berkeley Playhouse to further shed light on issues around foster care and the needs of foster youth”
Learn more at www.sfcasa.org