Albert Eisenach was the original supplier of the 70,000 bricks used to build The Grand.
Benefits at this level include: Donor Courtesy Days to purchase tickets in advance of the general public.
Battis Brothers owned the property adjacent to the Opera House, now the lobby, restrooms, and The Grand Lounge.
Benefits at this level include all Albert Eisenach level benefits, plus:
Listing on the Donor Board in The Grand lobby.
"Honest" John was a respected owner and manager of The Grand, known for his straightforward approach and ability book excellent show.
Benefits at this level include all the Battis Brothers level benefits, plus:
Ticket Concierge Service to reserve tickets and exchange or add tickets to individual performances.
Louis Kindt was the original paint of the stage (fire) curtain.
Benefits at this level include all "Honest" John level benefits, plus:
Complimentary invitations for two to our exclusive Producers Circle events.
J. Frank Waldo painted the original nature-themed ceiling, the Shakespeare portrait and the opera house logo above the stage, restored in 2010.
Benefits at this level include all the Louis Kindt level benefits, plus:
Eight guest passes to bring your friends to our exclusive Producers Circle events.
The highest level of individual support.
Benefits at this level include all William Waters level benefits, plus:
One free use of The Grand Lounge for a private event (subject to availability, additional charges may apply for catering , beverage services and staffing.)