Over 25,000 individuals from across Central PA are impacted each year!
Gretna Theatre is the only professional theatre in Lebanon County; however, our audience reach extends far past the immediate locale into South Central PA – 54% of those attending shows with single ticket purchases come from Lancaster, Dauphin, Berks, and York counties.
For six weeks each summer, over 10,000 audience members make their way into the heart of Mount Gretna, providing valuable marketing exposure for your organization and a wonderful way to support our mission. Our audience is comprised of dedicated theatre-goers from across Central Pennsylvania, making your brand’s exposure far reaching.
Gretna Theatre has customizable sponsorship levels for a variety of budgets to fit the needs of your organization that detail prominent print, digital and social media billing, as well as entertainment benefits.
We look forward to welcoming you as a sponsor and sharing the joys of live theatre with you!
Looking for a unique way to share your brand? Approximately 10,000 Playbills are printed each season, and many audience members take theirs home, as a reference for businesses to patronize in Central PA.
Our Playbill is printed 8.5" tall x 5.5" wide, with options for black and white or full color graphics.
Questions about ad placement, please contact Jack Rizzo, Marketing Manager, at or 717.964.3322 ext 6.
Gretna Theatre is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, and is grateful to accept support from businesses and corporations in the form of tax-deductible contributions. This is a great way to support our Educational Outreach Programs, and bring live theatre directly to students and early career artists.
Gretna Theatre has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education as an Educational Improvement Tax Credit eligible organization!
If your business has been approved to distributing your tax dollars to a non-profit, educational organization, consider allocating a portion to one of Gretna Theatre's three unique programs - Touring Outreach, Professional Summer Internship, and Mainstage Productions of historic or literary merit.