On Nov. 10, Theatre Communications Group celebrated its annual gala. This year the gala honored Jules Fisher, Lynn Nottage and the Doris Duke Foundation. The evening began with cocktails followed by dinner and special performances including previews of A Walk on the Moon and Immediate Family from New York Stage and Film and About Face Theatre, Center Theatre Group and the Goodman Theatre, respectively.
Guests for the evening included: Joseph P. Benincasa, Eric Bogosian, Jo Bonney, Ping Chong, Elizabeth Le Compte, Kelly Cooper, Larry and Sophie Cripe, Josh and Ako Dachs, Rinde Eckert, Brad and Louise Edgerton, Teresa Eyring, David and Kiki Ramos Gindler, Sheldon and Margery Harnick, Ted Hartley, Steve and Ruth Hendel, Rhoda Herrick, Barbara Howard, David Henry Hwang, Julia Jarcho, Noel Kirnon, Pavel Liska, Richard Maxwell, Michael Mayer, Kevin E. Moore, Raelle Myrick-Hodges, Lynn Nottage, Heather Randall, Phylicia Rashad, Vicki Reiss, Diane Rodriguez, Judith O. Rubin, Roche Schulfer, Paula Tomei, Basil Twist, Robert Warren, Kate Whoriskey, and George C. Wolfe. “We’re thrilled to celebrate three honorees that have made such an indelible impact on the theatre field,” said Teresa Eyring, executive director of TCG. “From Jules Fisher’s living legacy in designing lights for over 300 productions on and off-Broadway; to Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s transformative support for theatres and theatre artists; to the modern-day classics such as Intimate Apparel and the Pulitzer Prize-winning Ruinedpenned by Lynn Nottage; the 2014 Gala is an opportunity to express our gratitude for these honorees who have given our field so much.”
Here's a look at the Gala:
Theatre Communications Group Celebrates Annual Gala Honoring Jules Fisher, Lynn Nottage and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation