Cercle International des Amis et Mécènes du Théâtre du Châtelet
CIAM Châtelet is an association dedicated to sponsor funding for the Châtelet Theater.
CIAM Châtelet collaborates with companies and individuals interested in supporting this major institution’s artistic cause and galvanizing its influence in France and across the world.
Upcoming event: participate in our AFCT weekend in Paris from December 4 to 7. For any information, please contact Cathy Morrell
+1 917 406 51 52
Join our friends at the Châtelet
Join those who value the Châtelet’s productions just as much as you do and want to continue making this theater live and create breathtaking artistic performances.
Join CIAM Châtelet through one of our sponsor and individual Circles, and become one of our privileged audience members.
Benefit from the reduced taxes accorded by law to the sponsors.
The law allows sponsor companies to deduct 60% of their sponsorship from their income tax , with a limit of 0,5% of total revenue (without VAT). For individual sponsors, the law allows a tax reduction of 66% of their sponsorship, with a limit of 20% of revenue.
Support the Châtelet Theater
By supporting the Châtelet Theater, you are investing in a theater that is:
At the heart of cultural musical life for more than 150 years, the Châtelet Theater has notably presented on its stage the first season of Diaghilev’s Russian Ballets. Today, the Theater has cultivated a tradition of excellence enjoyed by a growing public (300 000 spectators come experience each season’s performances) and brings the richness of its history, the aura of the artists and the technical expertise.
Musical comedies receive the honor they deserve at the Châtelet Theater, an institution that does not hesitate to take big steps in order to revive and perfect Broadway musicals that have become cult thanks to their cinematographic adaptation, such as West Side Story, The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady and The King and I. The Châtelet is actually the only theater in France presenting works by Stephen Sondheim, respected composer of Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park with George and Into the Woods.
The Châtelet Theater’s original productions consist as well of renowned visual artists: the Châtelet has notably worked with Oleg Kulik (Vespero della Beata Vergine by Monteverdi, Der Messias by Haendel), Nicolas Buffe (Orlando paladino by Haydn) and the video director Pierrick Sorin (La pietra del paragone by Rossini, Pop’pea, adapted from L’incoronazione di Poppea by Monteverdi).
The Châtelet Theater also works with prestigious theaters such as the Mariinsky Theater and the Los Angeles Opera. Co-productions with the Châtelet also obtain worldwide recognition, in Russia, in the United States, in Brasil and in Japan.