Cleveland Playhouse Hosts MAD MEN, MUSIC & MARTINIS Benefit Tonight
Cleveland Play House along with co-chairs Char Fowler and Ryan R. Cross, are pleased to announce details of the 2014 annual benefit, Mad Men, Music & Martinis. Taking place tonight, June 7th in the Allen Theatre at PlayhouseSquare, this year's theme pays homage to the swanky era of the 1960's.
The evening will include cocktails, a live auction and raffle, roaming dinner and live entertainment by Kristine Jackson, Cleveland native Elijah Rock and tap legend Maurice Hines. CPH will also be honoring Barbara R. Snyder, President, Case Western Reserve University and Thomas F. Zenty, III, Chief Executive Officer, University Hospitals with the Centennial Star Award. All proceeds from Mad Men, Music & Martinis will benefit the artistic and educational programs of Cleveland Play House. CPH is grateful for the support of their "Leader of the Pack" sponsor, KeyBank.
As America's first regional theatre, Cleveland Play House takes great pride in its commitment to arts education. Noted graduates of the Case Western Reserve University/Cleveland Play House MFA program include Tony-nominee Elizabeth A. Davis, and one of the "Mad Men" himself, Rich Sommer, who plays Harry Crane on the hit show. Through the generosity of guests attending the June 7th benefit, CPH will have the opportunity to continue their tradition of arts education through programs for students, educators, families and surrounding communities.
Guests attending Mad Men, Music & Martinis are encouraged to dress according to theme by donning a fedora and skinny tie, dressing up in a vintage pillbox hat and pearls, or just wearing their cocktail finest for the swankiest night in town!
Mad Men, Music & Martinis will take place tonight, June 7. To purchase tickets online, visit www.mkt.com/cleveland-play-house. For questions, or to purchase tickets via phone, contact Kathryn Dhillon at (216) 400-7036 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.