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Bard Association

The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Bard Association offers lawyers and other individuals with legal ties the opportunity to experience classical theatre at its finest while building both personal and professional relationships. This unique advocacy group provides a valuable connection between the legal community and the arts.

Members of the Bard Association enjoy exclusive benefits such as advance ticket purchase for the Mock Trial and Shakespeare and the Law events, behind-the-scenes access to the theatre and the chance to create a greater awareness of the importance of the arts in the community and the legal field.

View Membership Benefits

Membership Levels and Benefits Benefactor
($1,500)
Patron
($2,500)
Sponsor
($5,000)
Producer
($10,000)
Marquee
($25,000)
Annual
Mock Trial Argument Invitations
exclusive
pre-sale notice
2 4 2
(+ dinner)
4
(+ dinner)
Annual
Mock Trial Dinner Invitations
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
2 4
Tickets
to all Shakespeare and the Law
Panel Discussions
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
2 4 6
Will
on the Hill performance and
reception tickets
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
exclusive
pre-sale notice
2
Opening
Night Performance Invitations
4 5 all all all
Opening
Night Dinner Invitations
1 2 3 all
Technical
Rehearsal Invitations
2 2 3 all all
Meet
the Cast Invitations
Subscription
to Stages, STC’s donor newsletter
Bard
Card Discounts
Recognition
in programs
Access to Patrons
Lounge
Play
Readings selected by STC’s Literary
Associate and sent in advance of each play
Exclusive Page-to-Stage
Experience
*All invitations are for two people
Bard Association gifts are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

For a limited time, you may join the Bard Association for the discounted rate of $1,200 –  just $100 per month for a year!

To learn more, contact Sara Conklin, Major Gifts Officer, at 202.547.3230 ext. 2312 or by email.

Thank you to our current Bard Association Management Committee, the Steering Committee of the Bard Association:

Abbe D. Lowell, Chair - Chadbourne & Parke LLP

Sanford K. Ain, Esq. - Ain & Bank, P.C.

Nick Allard - Patton Boggs LLP

Stephen P. Anthony – Covington & Burling LLP

Barry Coburn - Coburn & Greenbaum PLLC

Viet D. Dinh, Esq. - Bancroft PLLC

Nina Laserson Dunn - Finmeccanica

Michael Evans - K&L Gates

David Frulla - Kelley Drye

W. Mike House - Hogan Lovells LLP

Michael R. Klein - CoStar Group

Stephen M. McNabb – Norton Rose Fulbright

 

Theodore B. Olson - Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Stephen M. Ryan - McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Kimberly Judge Sandridge - DecisionQuest

Kannon Shanmugam- Williams & Connolly LLP

William Stein - Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP




For a synopsis of the third Shakespeare and the Law panel discussion, click here.