Naming Rights to the Theater Building: The Tull Family Theater
Early in 2016, Thomas and Alba Tull, through the Tull Family Foundation, sponsored the naming rights for the building, now known as The Tull Family Theater. Thomas Tull is the founder and CEO of Legendary Pictures, which brought action pictures The Dark Knight Rises, Jurassic World and Academy Award® nominated Straight Outta Compton to the screen. Tull is also part-owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Naming Rights to the 169-seat Theater
- The sponsor’s designated name will be prominently displayed above the theater entrance doors
- Four lifetime passes, each good for donor and three guests
- Recognition on Wall of Fame
Naming Rights to the 77-seat Theater: Huntington Bank Screening Room
Huntington Bank committed to sponsoring this intimate screening room in 2016. As an active partner, Huntington will extend resources beyond naming rights to support ongoing initiatives, such as outreach programs and film festivals. This partnership is the institution’s first of its kind in Pennsylvania.
Naming Rights to the Community Room: Esmark and the Bouchard Family Community Room
James P. Bouchard, founder, chairman and CEO of Esmark Inc. and Esmark Steel Group, and his family have championed cinematic and cultural arts by sponsoring the community space at The Tull Family Theater. The flexible space is targeted for small-scale live performances, speaker series, intimate music shows, special events and rentals. These will complement the film-based offerings routinely screened at the theater.