Révérence Society

Signaling the end of a ballet class or performance, a révérence is an elaborate curtsey or bow performed by a dancer to show their respectful admiration for the instructor, accompanist, or audience. As our way of showing respect and gratitude to those generous donors who remember PNB in their estate plans, we have formed the Révérence Society. We know that by providing for deferred gifts, including bequests, beneficiary designations, charitable gift annuities, and charitable trusts, these donors have found a place in their final arrangements for PNB alongside family, friends and other loved ones. For this, we are very grateful.

Révérence Society members receive the following behind-the-scenes benefits:

  • Invitation to the Annual Révérence Society Luncheon & Performance
  • Invitations to 6 Opening Night dinners (excludes cost of dinner)
  • Invitations to 3 select Studio Rehearsals
  • Invitations to 4 select Dress Rehearsals
  • Invitation to the Board of Directors' Annual Meeting
  • Recognition in Encore, PNB’s performance program
  • Personalized ticketing assistance

We invite you to consider your own legacy gift and to become a Révérence Society member. If you have already included Pacific Northwest Ballet in your estate plan, please let us know. It would be our great pleasure to welcome you to the Révérence Society and you may start enjoying member benefits. Please contact: Carolyn Radakovich, Major Gift and Planned Giving Manager, at 206.441.3589 or CRadakovich@pnb.org.

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