Legacy Giving

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Join us at a complimentary event on Thursday, October 5 to learn more about the Barbara Oliver Society and enjoy a discussion with Originate + Generate Artist Jonathan Spector, Aurora Artistic Director Tom Ross, and Artistic Associate and Eureka Day Director Josh Costello.

 

Barbara Oliver Society: Legacy Giving

Barbara OIiver (1927 - 2013) founded Aurora Theatre Company in its original 67-seat venue at the Berkeley City Club in 1992. Over the years and under her leadership, Aurora expanded and grew into the venerable institution it is today, with two theatres, six annual productions, and a variety of programs throughout the community. We have been the ultimate, intimate theatre experience for many years, and with your help, we can continue to be for decades and generations to come.

Whether you’ve attended our plays as a subscriber or single-ticket purchaser, you’re familiar with the close-knit feeling of our productions. That’s the achievement of a devoted team of theatre professionals—directors, actors, designers, and craftsmen who enjoy working together to bring scripts to life.

By including Aurora Theatre Company in your estate planning, you automatically become a member of the Barbara Oliver Society. Your membership will ensure that, together with our skilled artists, we keep doing such splendid work.

In addition to knowing that their gifts are benefitting generations of theatregoers to come Barbara Oliver Society members are also listed in our performance programs. Plus, they receive invitations to special events, including Center Stage Salons for discussions with artists from our productions, and an annual event specifically designed for Society members.

As a member, you will know that you have left an important arts legacy to the whole Bay Area community. We can’t all be actors or directors, but for those of us who love first-quality theatre where diverse thoughts, emotions, and languages—sometimes painful and tragic, often very funny—are expressed in beautifully-crafted stories, there is no finer contribution we can make than to insure that a theatre like Aurora continues to shape the minds and hearts of our children and our neighbors.

 

To learn more and become a member by making a lasting legacy, contact Development Director Rachel Nissim at 510.843.4042 x303 or rnissim@auroratheatre.org.