Name a Seat at Walter Reade Theater
A heralded gem of New York’s film scene, the Walter Reade Theater has hosted countless artists since its opening in 1991 and continues to be a gathering place for cinema lovers. Unique in its sound quality, sightlines, and superb projection, it is one of the few art house theaters in the city that can screen films with today’s modern technology while also showcasing the richness of archival footage in 16mm, 35mm, and 70mm.
“One of the finest movie-watching rooms in the city, thanks to a high ceiling, steeply banked seats, a large screen and superb projection.” —Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
You can leave a lasting mark at Film at Lincoln Center in honor of yourself or a loved one when you name a seat in this historic venue. Benefits of purchasing a seat include:
- Preferred wording inscribed on a plaque affixed to the back of a seat
- Name recognition as a supporter of The Walter Reade Theater Fund on a rotating slide shown before screenings in the Walter Reade Theater
- Recognition on Film at Lincoln Center’s website
- Fully tax-deductible gift that will go to ensure the lasting integrity of the Walter Reade Theater
Pricing varies according to seat location; please click here to view availability. To reserve your seat or for further information, please contact the Patrons Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 875-5668.
Note: A named seat does not guarantee the reservation of the seat for screenings or events.
Thank you to everyone who has supported The Walter Reade Theater Fund!
Founding Lead Funder
The Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation
David and Marta Black
Henry Alexander Dorochovich
Robert de Rothschild
Lisa and Sandy Ehrenkranz
Sarah and Efraim Kier
Hillary Koota Krevlin
Myla and Larry Lerner/Kramer
William and Marcia Levy
Fr. Clemens Manista
Liza Parker and Frank Migliorelli
Susan Cohen Rebell
Mariana Elder Rosen
Carole & Joel Schuman and Family
Sara Lee Schupf
Janet & Gil Spitzer
Allen and Pam Swerdlick
William R. Tobias
Theodore & Renee Weiler Foundation
Lois and Bruce Zenkel
As of 2/18/2020