Mahaiwe Membership Benefits

Join the Mahaiwe community

Mahaiwe members make a difference, and we like to show you our appreciation. Members receive a wide variety of benefits to ensure that you enjoy all that the Mahaiwe has to offer. Members have access to the best seats first, save money with ticket discounts, and more.

Pick the level that’s right for you and join or renew today.

The Mahaiwe is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Become a Member

Gifts of $1,000 or more qualify for membership in our Bravo Circle.

Choose Membership Level

Benefits Friend $75 Contributor $125 Supporter $250 Sustainer $500
20% discount at Number Ten Restaurant
4 FREE movie passes
FREE Ticket Exchange Privileges
Listing in Annual Report
Best seats first- access to Mahaiwe Presents Live tickets before the general public
$5.00 per ticket discount for Mahaiwe Presents Live events
Waitlist Privileges
Season/performance news by email

More Information

We are happy to help. Contact Advancement and Membership Coordinator/SCAN Coordinator Melissa Canavan at 413-644-9040 x107 or

If you prefer to donate by check, please mail check to:

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
PO Box 690
Great Barrington, MA 01230

From our community

“I applaud everything the Mahaiwe has been doing this year, and I applaud all that has been offered in past years. I’m honored to be a member.”

“Thanks for your great communication; it makes me feel much more connected to the Mahaiwe.”

“Someday these shows will be back in the theater, but — for now — the Mahaiwe virtual events are a great way to spend an evening.”

“Thank you for giving us the gift of Close Encounters With Music, Aston Magna, and more wonderful music.”

“Thank you for carrying on the partnership with the W.E.B Du Bois Legacy Committee.”

“We miss our Mahaiwe so much and are looking forward to the time when we can return. In the meantime, you can count on us to be ‘virtual’ and stalwart supporters.”

“I thought I was a member, and joined when I started listening to the wonderful concert [Close Encounters With Music] tonight.”

“I am very much looking forward [to watching Some Old Black Man and taking part in the discussion with the artists] and will share this opportunity with many, many people.”