Alan Cumming Will Preview His New One-Man Show Before It Hits NYC's Café Carlyle

News   Alan Cumming Will Preview His New One-Man Show Before It Hits NYC's Café Carlyle
 
Tony Award-winning actor Alan Cumming will preview his new one-man show at Galavant In The Garden, a spring garden party benefiting Bucks County Playhouse, May 9 at Dark Hollow Farm, a private Bucks County gentleman's estate.

"We are delighted that this year some dear friends of the Playhouse offered their home and gardens for our spring gala," said Alexander Fraser, producing director for the Playhouse, in a statement. "And when Alan Cumming called looking for a place to try out his new one-man show before its premiere at New York’s Café Carlyle this summer, we couldn't resist putting these two very special events together."

In addition to Cumming's performance, guests will be treated to cocktails, a moveable feast, a live auction and dessert.

Tickets range from $250-$1,000. This year, guests will also receive tickets to the May 30 opening-night performance and party of the Playhouse's summer season opener: Stephen Sondheim's Company, starring Justin Guarini.

Among the items to be auctioned are a private dinner for eight at the home of Doylestown Mayor, Ron Strouse; New York City and Philadelphia getaways; a private dinner onstage at the Playhouse; and a walk-on experience at the Tony Award- winning musical Avenue Q, with the opportunity to bring three additional friends to witness your theatre debut in New York City.

Annually, the Playhouse gala serves as the primary fundraiser for the theatre, and all proceeds go towards fulfilling the mission to "present first class professional entertainment and regain the Playhouse's historic place in the national theatrical landscape." For more information and tickets, contact Jenny Salisbury at (267) 740-2090, ext. 107 or visit BCPTheater.org.

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