• COVID-19 Safety: Patrons must show proof of vaccination or a negative test within the last 72 hours. All patrons are expected to wear masks. No concessions will be sold at performances.
Performance Venue
Gunston Arts Center, Theatre Two
2700 S Lang Street
Arlington, VA 22206
Avant Bard Theatre Office
3700 S Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington, VA 22206
Get In Touch
703-418-4808
info@avantbard.org

Show Sponsorships

Help us bring to life stories from history’s most innovative and daring playwrights with a show sponsorship!
Show sponsorships include two benefit levels, Artistic Sponsor ($1,000 – $1,999) and Production Sponsor ($2,000+).

Artistic Sponsors celebrate exceptional talent by underwriting an Avant Bard partner artist. For their commitment to new and emerging artists, Artistic Sponsors receive:

  • Two complimentary tickets for the sponsored production
  • Recognition on Avant Bard’s website under “sponsorships”
  • Recognition in the production playbill as “Artistic Sponsor”
  • A listing in Avant Bard’s 2023 Annual Report

Production Sponsors celebrate the diversity and cultural mobility of theatre by committing to an Avant Bard production. By empowering Avant Bard to select the most inspirational and compelling productions, Production Sponsors receive:

  • Two complimentary tickets during the sponsored production, for any performance
  • Two exclusive invitations to the sponsored production’s opening performance and afterparty celebration
  • Behind-the-scenes access at one dress rehearsal
  • Opportunities to meet the cast and production team
  • Recognition on Avant Bard’s website under “sponsorships”
  • Recognition in the production playbill as “Production Sponsor”
  • A listing in Avant Bard’s 2023 Annual Report

To become a Show Sponsor, contact us at info@avantbard.org or at (703) 418-4808, and a member of our team will be in touch.

Avant Bard is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, EIN 54-1568294. All donations to Avant Bard are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

Ada Lovelace (Dina Soltan) and Charles Babbage (Matthew Pauli) affectionately embrace in Avant Bard’s production of Ada and the Engine by Lauren Gunderson.