Glenn Close, Jonathan Groff, Michael Cerveris & More Set for Lapham's Quarterly's Annual DECADES BALL, 6/2
Lapham's Quarterly announced today that their annual DECADES BALL will be celebrating the 1870s. The gala event will take place on Monday, June 2, beginning at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails followed by dinner at Gotham Hall (1356 Broadway). The 1870s gave birth to street lamps in New York City, to The Kentucky Derby, The Brooklyn Bridge, phonographs and the telephone, the first Harvard/Yale game, and P.T. Barnum's "Greatest Show on Earth." The themed evening will be sponsored by Encyclopedia Britannica and will celebrate Lapham's Quarterly's seventh year of publication.
The evening's entertainment will include lively readings and performances, which highlight voices from the stage, music, and literature of the era. This year's line-up includes actors Glenn Close and Jonathan Groff singing Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance; Maggie Gyllenhaal reading excerpts from Tolstoy's Anna Karenina; Michael Cerveris reading excerpts from Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days; Taylor Mac singing Temperance Hymns; and additional readings from Lewis Carroll and Mark Twain.
Tickets for the DECADES BALL: The 1870s are $500 for individuals; with tables available for $10,000, $25,000, and $50,000.
Patron level tables at $10,000 include ten (10) Gala tickets, acknowledgment on all event print and online materials and in the video presentation during the event.
Benefactor level tables at $25,000 include ten (10) Gala tickets with premier seating, acknowledgment on all event print and online materials and in the video presentation during the event, and a full-page program ad.
Sponsor level tables at $50,000 include ten (10) Gala tickets with premier seating, acknowledgment on all event print and online materials and in the video presentation during the event, a full-page program ad, and VIP photo opportunity with the stars of the evening.
For information on how to get tickets visit https://store.laphamsquarterly.us/decades-ball/order; or call (212) 590-6875; or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Credit: Walter McBride