Program Ad Sales

Dear Person of Taste, Discretion, and Judgment,

If you’ve been down Peachtree Street lately, you may have noticed the new Renaissance playhouse across from Emory University Hospital Midtown.You may have wondered where it came from and how long has it been there. Well, it may surprise you to know that the Atlanta Shakespeare Company has been on Peachtree Street for 20 years!

The new eye-catching front of our building is part of a process of increasing our presence in the community. And, as we become more noticeable, we'd like to invite you to increase your visibility as well, by giving you the opportunity to advertise in our Programs.

These ads achieve the dual goal of getting your message to the type of customer YOU want to attract and of strengthening your relationship with existing customers by making it clear that YOU support the arts institutions that mean so much to them.

The people you reach through purchasing an ad in The Shakespeare Tavern’s Programs are primarily educated, discriminating consumers who live in the Atlanta region and outlying counties. More than 52,000 people attend our productions each year, and most (55%) are between 35 and 54 years old. If you are interested in courting a new generation of customers, it will delight you to know that an astonishing 35% of our demographic is between the ages of 18 and 34 (as opposed to most other theaters whose "Gen X" demographic is 10% or less). The other 17% of our audience is over 55, so rest assured that your advertisement would reach a broad cross-section of the sort of consumers who are interested in hearing more about your company.

Check out our current season's ad rates and size options.

Thank you so much for taking the time to consider simultaneously growing your business and supporting the arts. If you would like to purchase an ad or if you would like more information, please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Newby Halicks at 404-874-5299 ext. 53 or email playbill-ads {AT} shakespearetavern {DOT} com.

Current program sponsors