The Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board to Host Trivia Night in May

The Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board is hosting its annual fundraiser Shhh...It's Trivia Night, Wednesday, May 25 at 5:30PM in the Murray-Green Library at Roosevelt University (430 S. Michigan Ave -10th Floor). Attendees will laugh out loud with special guest emcees, The Q Brothers, while testing their range of knowledge on a variety of topics, from history to current events to pop culture.

The event supports the Auditorium Theatre's annual summer arts camp, Hands Together, Heart to Art, for children who have experienced the death of a parent. Tickets are $35 each or $180 for a team of 6, and are available online at Admission includes appetizers and drinks (beer, wine, soda). Contact Kelly Saroff at 312.341.2364 or for more information on the event or sponsorship opportunities.

"In just three years, the Trivia Night fundraiser has become a can't-miss event in Chicago, and this year will be better than ever. We moved the event to Roosevelt University's Murray-Green Library so we could be in another iconic location in the historic Auditorium Building, as well as allow for more players" said Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board Chair Dillon Goodson. "Moreover, Hands Together, Heart to Art is a program that touches everyone's heart, so we're excited to host an event where people will have a good time in a cool space while supporting a great cause."

Prizes will be awarded to the three highest-scoring teams, and guests can purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win a variety of more brag-worthy prizes.

Support for Shhh...It's Trivia Night is provided in part by CJ Dillon and Steve Clements.

In-kind support for Shhh...It's Trivia Night is provided by CHIRP Design, Lagunitas Brewing, and MidAmerican Printing Systems, Inc.

About the Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board

The Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board is a diverse group of young professionals committed to furthering the mission of the Auditorium Theatre. The Board is devoted to raising awareness and generating support for the Auditorium's educational and outreach efforts, as well as world-renowned programming, while helping to fund the restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.

About Hands Together, Heart to Art

Hands Together, Heart to Art brings together children between the ages of 7 and 14, who have experienced the death of a parent, to celebrate the healing power of creative play. Through the exploration and creation of dance, theatre, and music, the camp encourages communication and collaboration, fosters emotional growth, and provides the consolation of friendship and compassion.

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