Bill Pullman Among Honorees of Cornerstone's 30th Anniversary Bridge Awards

Cornerstone Theater Company has announced the 30th Anniversary Bridge Awards, commemorating Where We're From and Where We're Going.

Celebrating Cornerstone Theater Company's 30-year milestone of creating new plays with and about communities, the company is thrilled to honor long-time supporters and arts advocates, Actor, producer and playwright Bill Pullman and dance theater artist Tamara Hurwitz Pullman, healthcare attorney Jon Neustadter, and founder/owner of Daily Organics, Renée Günter.

The 30th Anniversary Bridge Awards benefits Cornerstone's future and its core areas of focus including art, home and growth. The celebration will commence in the Millwick garden with a cocktail reception and exclusive wine-tasting from The Blending Lab with Cornerstone artists, honorees, elected officials and other special guests. Cornerstone Ensemble and community members will perform a special engaging staged reading of Where I'm From, written by Michael John Garcés. The evening festivities will include dinner, an evening program and awards presentation, and a dessert reception compliments of The Pie Hole LA.

The awards will be held on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Millwick, 800 E. 4th Place, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Limited Early Bird tickets starting at $150 available now through April 9. For tickets and more information visit cornerstonetheater.org.

Cornerstone Theater Company celebrates 30 years making new plays with and about communities throughout Los Angeles and beyond. Nationally recognized as a leader in community engaged theater, our plays celebrate many voices as we strive to include people who have not been on stage or even seen theater. Combining the artistry of people with many levels of theatrical experience, we act upon the conviction that artistic expression is civic engagement and that access to a creative forum is essential to the wellness and health of every individual and community. Our plays are staged in theaters, parking lots, factories, schools and subway stations. Each venue is specific to its project and community; audiences pay what they can so our performances are always accessible to all.

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