Support

Adopt a Seat

Do you have a favorite seat at the Gesa Power House Theatre? Do you love the variety of acts we bring to Walla Walla? Are you looking for a way to share your love? Our Adopt a Seat program is an easy way to be a patron of the arts.

Adopt a seat, and we’ll put your name on it – twice! You could even adopt an entire row! Every time the lights go up after another show, people will see your name – a statement of support. Each adopted seat includes a nameplate on the back of the seat as well as a matching nameplate and seat number on the front of the seat that folds downward.

Nameplates on the back of the seats measure 1″ x 7″ and nameplates on the front of seats measure 1″ x 9″. Both nameplates are white lettering on a black background. All nameplate submissions (limit of 22 characters) are subject to review.

Your $500 seat adoption is good for three years and is tax-deductible as allowed by federal law. With your gift of $500, you will be recognized at the Generator level in the Transformers Gift Society in the year that your gift is made.

Thank you for your adoption and continued support!

  • view the seating chart (if your first choice of seats is already taken, we will give you the nearest available seat)
  • Adopt a Seat (online payment option)
  • download and print the donation form (if you would like to submit your payment via mail or in person at the box office)

Michelle Connor photo

“One thing I really appreciate about Gesa Power House Theatre, is there is something for everyone. One night I can see the opera, the next a country group on tour from Nashville. I added my name to my very favorite seat in the theatre, because I have spent so much time there – laughing, crying, applauding, and loving every moment. And it doesn’t matter what hat I am wearing, I never block anyone’s view!”
– Michelle Conner, Board Member


Learn more about the many different ways you can support Gesa Power House Theatre at phtww.org/support

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Additional support provided by Walla Walla County, Port of Walla Walla, City of Walla Walla

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