Drama League Charity Auction Offering Hamilton, Front Page, and Great Comet Experiences

News   Drama League Charity Auction Offering Hamilton, Front Page, and Great Comet Experiences
 
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The ladies of <i>Hamilton</i>
The ladies of Hamilton Joan Marcus

The Drama League’s 2016 Gala Charity Auction, which features more than 50 prize packages, has launched at www.biddingforgood.com/thedramaleague.

The offerings include celebrity experiences with Nathan Lane (The Front Page), Kristin Chenoweth (Kristin Chenoweth: My Love Letter to Broadway), Liev Schreiber (Les Liaisons Dangereuses), and Diane Lane (The Cherry Orchard), as well as VIP seats to Broadway’s Hamilton followed by a once-in-a-lifetime dinner with its Tony Award-winning director, Thomas Kail. Other packages include opening-night tickets and the VIP after-party for Significant Other or In Transit and the opening night of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 starring Josh Groban. Luxury vacations to Morocco, London, Tuscany, Havana, Punta Cana, and more are also available.

Among the highlights:

THE ULTIMATE HAMILTON FAN EXPERIENCE
Two winners will take in a performance of Hamilton in orchestra seats and then join the show’s Tony Award-winning director, Thomas Kail, for an insightful intimate dinner to discuss the show’s creation and legacy.

BACKSTAGE MEET-AND-GREET WITH NATHAN LANE AT THE FRONT PAGE
Enjoy two tickets to a performance of Broadway’s revival of The Front Page, then head backstage to meet its star, Tony Award winner Nathan Lane.

Visit Biddingforgood.com/thedramaleague to view additional items and place your bids.

The auction will conclude at The Drama League’s Musical Celebration of Broadway Honoring David Hyde Pierce November 7 at the Plaza Hotel (768 Fifth Avenue, New York City). Among the dozens of performers scheduled to appear are Tyne Daly, Billy Porter, Sierra Boggess, Christopher Sieber, Harriet Harris, Debra Monk, Adam Kantor, and others.

The Drama League is dedicated to “creating transformative interactions between artists and audiences…above and beyond the performances they experience.” For a century, the League has offered theatre discounts, special benefits, and exclusive access to its Members nationwide, and provided training and professional development for emerging theatre artists. Each year, the League produces over 100 theatre-themed events across New York City, including The Drama League Awards, as well as classes, panels, forums, open rehearsals, workshops, and more.

More information can be found at www.dramaleague.org.

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