Theresa Lange Theatre Celebrates 30th with Into the Woods March 11
Marymount Manhattan Theatre Arts Department (Judson R. Shaver, Ph.D, President) ) to celebrate its 30th Anniversary of the Theresa Lang Theatre with the Theatre Production Workshop presentation of the Sondheim and Lapine musical Into the Woods directed by Michael Montel, followed by a champagne reception and live auction. The benefit will take place on Friday, March 11, 2005 at 7:30PM in the Theresa Lang Theatre (221 East 71st Street).
Honorary Chair for this is event is Theresa Lang '97, Honorary Benefit Committee includes: Licia Albanese, Dean Peter Baker, Kathleen M. Burke, Roberta Chapey, Timothy Douglas, Lewis Frumkes, Helen T. Lowe, Colette Mahoney RSHM, Gerard McCallion, Suzanne M. Murphy, Regina S. Peruggi, Maureen and Steven Van Zandt, Robert H. Vorlicky, Tony Walton, and Frank Weiser MD.
Marymount Manhattan College's Theresa Lang Theatre was first dedicated as the Marymount Manhattan Theatre on February 19, 1975. The first Off Broadway theatre to be built on Manhattan's Upper East Side in fifty years, the 250 seat proscenium theatre continues to serve as an urban showcase for professional theatre, dance and music productions. Since that time students have performed in a variety of mainstage theatre and dance productions which are fully produced with sets, lighting, and costumes. During the late 1970s and early 1980s professional theatre, dance and opera companies regularly performed at the MMT, including a residency by the Phoenix Theatre which presented premieres of new American and European plays. On January 20, 2001, in tandem with the Marymount Manhattan Theatre's 25th Anniversary Celebration, the theatre was rededicated as the Theresa Lang Theatre 'in honor of its alumna, trustee, and benefactor, Theresa Lang '97.
30th Anniversary of the Theresa Lang Theatre
March 11, 2005 at 7:30PM
Marymount Manhattan College is located at 221 East 71 Street
For reservations please call 212.774.0710
$75 (1 ticket); Partner $250 (2 Tickets and listing in the program); Sponsor $500 (4 Tickets and listing in the program);
Patron $1000 (4 Tickets and name on a Theatre Seat); Donor $5000 (6 Tickets, 2 Seats);
Benefactor $10000 (8 Tickets and 4 Seats)
Marymount Manhattan College is an independent, undergraduate liberal arts college founded in 1936 and granted an independent charter in 1961. The College currently enrolls over 2,100 undergraduate students majoring in over 17 fields of study. MMC has been consistently recognized by US News and World Report as one of the most diverse liberal arts colleges in the nation. The College's mission is to "educate a socially and economically diverse population by fostering intellectual achievement and personal growth."
Over the past several years Marymount Manhattan College has been undergoing major technological and physical upgrades. This event will benefit the updating of technology in the Theresa Lang Theatre including new lighting and sound equipment, necessary for any first rate theatre program.