The "Men For All Seasons" are being celebrated at the noon benefit lunch at the Waldorf Astoria's Starlight Room (recently changed from The Rainbow Room (in New York City). All proceeds from the $150-per-plate event go to support the American Theatre Wing's education programs.
Luncheon chairs are Sondra Gilman Gonzalez-Fall and Howard Stringer. Co-chairs are Donald Brooks, Marlene Hess, Douglas Leeds, Jo Sullivan Loesser, Michael Price and Wing chairman Isabelle Stevenson.
There are also special contributor tables available.
For tickets and information call (212) 765-0606.
The nonprofit American Theatre Wing, best known as founder and co presenter of the Tony Awards, turned 80 in 1998. In addition to bringing attention to Broadway and the industry in general, the Wing sponsors community and educational programs, including "Introduction to Broadway," which introduces schoolchildren to theatre, many for the first time; "Theatre In-Schools," which shuttles artists to schools for discussions about craft; and "The Hospital Program," presenting entertainers at senior homes, hospitals and AIDS centers.