Company One


Partners + Sponsors


Company One is thrilled to have created relationships with local businesses that understand the importance of the performing arts. We proudly recognize our corporate sponsors for the 2008-2009 season and encourage you to visit their websites.


Company One is proud to have been awarded a grant from The Boston Foundation for capacity building and strategic planning. The Boston Foundation was founded in 1915 with a simple, but profound mission - to receive gifts from generous donors and use those resources to make grants to the nonprofit organizations that serve the Greater Boston community. Today, they are one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the nation. Their donors meet their own philanthropic goals, while adding to the Foundation's overall strength. They also play a major civic leadership role for our region through publishing fresh research, convening people to discuss our region's challenges and creating powerful agendas for change.

Boston Bay State Banner logo


The Bay State Banner is an African American owned news weekly that reports on the political, economic, social and cultural issues that are of interest to communities of color in Boston and throughout New England. The Banner has become the newspaper of record for this community and has chronicled the struggles and successes of the last 42 years. It is the Banner’s belief that an informed community is better able to assume responsibility for its own welfare and progress. Started in 1965 by Melvin B. Miller, a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia Law School, the Banner provides its estimated 120,000 weekly readers with reports on a mix of local, national, international news and cultural events. 

Coda Bar + Kitchen

Coda Bar & Kitchen was established in 2007 making it the first restaurant in the Coda Restaurant Group. We are proud to be located in Boston's South End near the corner of Columbus Ave. and Dartmouth St. and just down the street from the historic Copley Square. We find inspiration for our rotating selection of American comfort cuisine through local farms, markets, and producers. Our food is complimented by a full bar focused on American craft beer, old world wine, and creative, seasonal cocktails.

Boston Center for the Arts

Located in Boston’s South End, the largest landmark district in the United States covering more than 500 acres, the BCA, is dedicated to incubating and showcasing the performing and visual arts of our time. Occupying an historic city block on a four-acre parcel of land bordered by Tremont Street, Clarendon Street, Warren Avenue and Berkeley Street, the BCA is a resource to Greater Boston providing a creative “home” for artists, a welcoming arts destination for audiences, and an art connection for city youth and communities



Becoming a corporate sponsor is a great way to give your business exposure to a young, diverse group of professionals. We have over 7,500 audience members annually, and our materials are seen by over 15,000. If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor, please visit our Sponsors page for more information, or contact Sarah Shampnois, Managing Director, at 617-292-7110 or at for more information. We are happy to customize a sponsorship to meet your organization’s specific needs.