Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit

NJTV, New Jersey's public television network, just hosted its first major benefit event at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) on Wednesday, May 28. The benefit, co-chaired by Ralph Izzo (Chairman & CEO, PSE&G) and Josh Weston (Public Media NJ, Inc. chairman and former CEO, ADP) honored two veteran producers, Steve Adubato, Ph.D (Caucus New Jersey, One-On-One with Steve Adubato) and Sandra King (Due Process) and Verizon for their contributions to public television. NJTV News' Managing Editor Mike Schneider served as Master of Ceremonies.

Benefit guests enjoyed a pre-performance reception and dinner followed by the awards and performance of The Midtown Men, four stars from the original Broadway cast ofJersey Boys*. The Midtown Men performance at NJPAC was taped as a concert special for public television. The 90-minute show, recorded in high-definition, will be offered to public television stations to broadcast nationwide. The concert special will air in the NY Metropolitan area starting in December on NJTV (airdates TBA).

Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff

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Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Steve Adubato & Neal Shapiro

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
John Schreiber President & CEO NJPAC

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Neal Shapiro, President/CEO WNET

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Ralph Izzo Co-chair

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit


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Josh Weston Co-Chair

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Steve Adubato

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Steve Adubato

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
John Servidio, General Manager, NJTV

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Ralph Izzo, Josh Weston, Sandra King

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Josh Weston, Sandra King, Neal Shapiro, Ralph Izzo

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
John Schreiber & Neal Shapiro

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
The Midtown Men

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
The Midtown Men

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
The Midtown Men

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
The Midtown Men

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Sandra King & Steve Abudato

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Daniel Gurskis, Dean College of Arts Montclair State University

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
EDa Sorokoff, Susan Cole, President Montclair State University, John Schreiber

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Steve Abudato & Stephen Sorokoff

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Bob Feinberg VP, General Councel & Secretary WNET & Maggie Feinberg

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Gov. James Florio & Gene Cornish, Founding member of The Rascals

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
Gov. James Florio & Tommy James

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit
NJPAC

Photo Coverage: NJPAC Hosts NEW JERSEY PUBLIC TELEVISION Benefit

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Stephen Sorokoff Stephen is also the cabaret/ music and co-theatre editor of the Times Square Chronicles. He studied at the Manhattan School of Music. Besides being a pianist, Stephen’s business career was in the Fashion Industry. He was CEO of a textile manufacturing facility and President of an international textile machinery company. Stephen was on the Board of Directors of the “First All Children’s Theatre” which brought the Stephen Schwartz musical The Trip and Captain Louie to the Kennedy Center in Wash DC. His wife Eda, an interior space designer and classical pianist was on the Board of Barrington Stage Company and is still active at BSC. Stephen’s photographs, videos and articles appear on Broadwayworld.com, T2Conline.com and The New York Observer. He is active in the entertainment events at the Friars Club, where he is a member. email: stephen@t2conline.com


 

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