Join the Party; Take a Seat
The Wayne Auditorium has 385 of the most comfortable seats made by American Seating. The contented expression on the open night concert of Robin and Linda Williams was a testament to the quality of the seating. And there was an added feature for many of those in the audience.
“When we attended the opening of the Ross Center and witnessed the Robin and Linda Williams concert, our family was seated in a block of seats named for John, his children and grandchildren. It seemed fitting to sit in a Curry seat, considering John’s work for the Waynesboro community he loved,” said Theresa Curry. “It is an added comfort that the reminder will be there for years to come.”
Currently the naming rights to 218 of the available armrest have been taken. The names have been engraved on the wooden armrest and installed in the Wayne Auditorium. The lasting reminder of support or recognition will be seen by anyone who sits in the seat. The box office has a directory of the seats that have been named, eliminating the need to hunt throughout the auditorium to find a particular armrest.
There remain 141 armrests that can be engraved with the donor’s name or in honor of a family member, or a friend. They can also be a record of an organization as is the case with the Rose Cliff Garden Club and the Waynesboro Players. Because American Seating has a long history of quality construction, the engraved armrest will be read for many, many decades.
Naming rights are $1000 per seat. Contact the WTA office for more information