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Take Your Seat

With the beautiful renovation of Jenkins Hall Theater and Fine Arts Hall Auditorium, comes a brand new tradition at Armstrong: the opportunity to have your name permanently displayed on a theater seat. By purchasing a brass nameplate, you are not only directly providing support for our students of art, music, and theatre, but also sustaining the Armstrong commitment to being a valuable resource for entertainment, arts and educational events in the region.

Theater Seat Naming

Jenkins Hall Theater
General Seating $250
President's Row $500
Fine Arts Hall Auditorium
General Seating $250
President's Row $500

For more information

Office of Advancement
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419

Your contribution is tax-deductible.


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