Meet Our Wonderful Sponsors!

We are pleased to announce our wonderful sponsors for the 2024-2025 season. Click on any of the sponsor logos below to find out more about what they do, and take advantage of their services!


All your digital and mobile banking needs are covered at Ambler Savings Bank. Bank anytime, anywhere with their digital solutions for life on the go. Just down the street on Butler Avenue!


Founded in 1964, they are an independent, employee-owned, multi-custodial financial advisory firm providing fiduciary advice, planning, and investment management services to individuals and families, endowments, and business owners.

An insurance agency in Broomall, known for their excellent customer service, that specializes in finding the best price with the best carrier.



Production Sponsor for Christmas in the Catskills 2: A Star is Borscht

You have a great idea…but no clue how to get there. Do you want to start a business but cannot navigate insurance, policies & procedures, human resources, revenue cycle? Do you have a great idea for a business but do not have time to flesh out a comprehensive plan? We will give you peace of mind, save you time and money, and deliver strategic insights, a fully fleshed out business plan, and an operational road map to success.


Production Sponsor for A Grand Night For Singing 

Gerhard’s is the largest family-owned and operated independent appliance dealer in the Tri-State Area with over 80 brands that are competitively priced to ensure the best value. We continue to service the appliances that we sell as a part of our commitment to you. This, combined with financial contributions and volunteer services that our family gives back to the community through local volunteer fire companies, charities, and athletic leagues, are large factors that drive our success.




For information on how to become an Act II Playhouse sponsor, contact Michael Jastroch, Director of External Relations,

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