You can have an attractive nameplate placed on the arm of a theater seat to commemorate:
- An individual, couple, family, your children, grandchildren, or parents
- In memory of a loved one
- The name of your business or organization
- As a gift to someone who has everything
Each nameplate holds two lines with 25 characters and spaces each. Your seat nameplate will be a visible part of the Nashua Performing Arts Center for the life of the seat.
Frequently Asked Questions
Each gift is commemorated with a personalized nameplate with text of your choice on the arm of each seat purchased.
Each personalized nameplate has space for two lines with a maximum of 25 characters/line. You may choose to place your own name or honor others.
On the arm of the seat, clearly visible to others.
The first row of the Orchestra Level is reserved. All seats will be assigned on a first come, first served basis – so sign up early!
No – the naming opportunity does not include tickets or seat assignments at performances or events.
Yes, a 10% discount is given on two or more seats.
The Name-A-Seat Campaign prefers checks written to Nashua Community Arts; credit card payment (MasterCard, Visa and American Express) with a transaction fee is also available.
Naming a seat does not guarantee purchasing that seat at events. Nashua Community Arts has the right to reject any text on nameplates that contain unacceptable language. If a change in text cannot be negotiated the contribution for the seat will be returned. Nashua Community Arts is the 501[c] 3 nonprofit organization associated with the Nashua Performing Arts Center. Contributions to the Name-A-Seat Campaign are tax-deductible as allowed by law. Seat sponsorship will generate funds for the Capital Campaign, as well as ongoing maintenance and community programming at the Performing Arts Center.
Make a Donation to the Name-A-Seat Campaign
Naming rights will be in effect for the life of the seat. Nashua Community Arts reserves the right to reject any seat name that contains unacceptable language. Naming a seat does not guarantee purchasing that seat for performances and event. Your donation is tax deductible to the extent the law allows.