A seat in the Weiss Theater is waiting for you. Give that seat a name and give yourself a legacy.
The Department of Theater at Lafayette College invites you to HAVE A SEAT and join in a legacy that will benefit students, faculty, alumni, and audiences well into the future.
With a tax-deductible donation of $500, you can name a seat in the newly opened Weiss Theater in Buck Hall on the Williams Arts Campus.
An inscribed plate will be attached to the seat, etching yourname in Lafayette’s theater history and creating a lasting memory in your name, in the name of a loved one or a friend, or as a representative of an organization, corporation, fraternity, sorority, theater production, or community group.
Your generous HAVE-A-SEAT contribution will help build an endowment fund for the exclusive use of the Theater Department to:
If you are interested in providing further support or possibly honoring or memorializing a classmate, loved one or favorite professor, several naming opportunities are available within the Weiss Theater and Buck Hall. All HAVE-A-SEAT campaign donations are tax-deductible.
You can begin the simple online process to HAVE-A-SEAT by clicking on the “Have A Seat”” button to the right. This will take you to a link where you affirm your $500 donation and identify your gift as HAVE-A-SEAT for the Theater Department.
You also can write us a check to “Have A Seat Lafayette College” and mail it to:
Have A Seat Campaign
Department of Theater
219 North Third Street
Easton, PA 18042
If you prefer a more personal touch, please phone the Theater Department at 610.330.3242 or email Professor Michael O’Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be happy to walk you through the process and update you on the exciting things happening in theater at Lafayette.
For future visitors to the Weiss Theater, your named seat will serve as a reminder of your commitment to enhancing Lafayette’s strong theater tradition and to supporting the Theater Department’s mission to teach and develop theater artists, technological practitioners, and collaborative thinkers for dozens of careers in the 21st Century.