For over a quarter of a century, the Southold Dance Theater has proudly produced professional-quality Nutcracker and storybook ballets that merge a principal cast of professional international dancers and local students of ballet. Our productions are designed to be accessible and affordable to a diverse audience with a particular focus on families in an effort to expand the reach of this centuries old art form and foster a lifelong appreciation for ballet.
Like all non-profit organizations, Southold Dance depends on the financial support of our corporate sponsors. Corporate funding sustains a variety of Southold outreach programs, such as underwriting tickets and transportation for thousands of children to each of our seasonal performances; scholarships for dancer participation; special events for Girl Scouts; and performances at various community festivals. Funding also helps offset the high cost of staging professional-level productions, allowing us to keep dancer fees and ticket costs to a minimum.
As a corporate sponsor of Southold Dance Theater your organization has the opportunity to support the arts by contributing to the Ballet’s artistic, education and community outreach programs. As a registered non-profit, charitable organization, Southold Dance can deliver flexible and comprehensive sponsorship packages that provide excellent marketing opportunities and entertaining needs for both small and large companies. Our mutually beneficial partnerships are tailored to meet your company’s specific goals and needs.
Southold Dance Theater’s sponsorship packages include a variety of benefits, including logo recognition, print advertising, VIP seating, in-theatre promotional opportunities, and networking opportunities.
For more information on corporate sponsorship, please contact Marty@southolddance.org
Southold Dance Theater (SDT) is a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization, and is funded in part by a grant from the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County through the Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, with funds from the Indiana General Assembly and the National Endowment for the Arts.