The historically restored 1926 Heights High Auditorium, known as the Dina Rees Evans Center for the Performing Arts, is a careful blend of traditional decorative details with new sound and lighting technology. We welcome the community in for events and performances, and now, we invite you in to place a memory in this beautiful theater.
With your contribution to the Auditorium Memories Campaign, you are supporting the work of the Heights Schools Foundation, including classroom grants, arts education, scholarships for graduating seniors, maintaining our historical archives, and engaging alumni. Your engraved message and memory will be a part of the auditorium and remain in place for years to come.
When you make your contribution, you may choose to have a 1” x 3” decorative metal plate placed on a specific seat in your honor, engraved as you designate. We’ll send you a certificate that will let you know which seat(s) your engraved plate can be found on in the auditorium. Your message can include up to 17 characters per line, 3 lines for the 1″ x 3″ decorative metal plate. Spaces and punctuation are considered characters. See below for donation levels. There are two ways to secure your Auditorium Memory donation.