Gamm Theatre to Host 11th Annual Fundraiser SNOW BALL AT THE SKI LODGE, 3/2
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by BWW News Desk
Attention plankers, pinheads, powder hounds, snow bunnies and arts supporters! The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre board of directors, along with honorary chair U.S. Congressman David Cicilline, invite you to the Snow Ball at the Ski Lodge, the theater's 11th annual fundraising party, on Saturday, March 2 at 6 p.m. The party happens at 65 Blackstone Ave., Pawtucket, a rustic mill turned cozy escape from the cold.
Emceed by Gamm Resident Actor Casey Seymour Kim, The Snow Ball invites guests to hobnob with Gamm artists around the piano bar and enjoy ski-themed games and activities, as well as a raffle. Guests will dine on gourmet comfort-food and old-fashioned desserts by Russell Morin Fine Catering.
A silent auction starts online on February 13 at www.biddingforgood.com/gammtheatre and closes at the party.
Featured auction items include a week-long stay at a Killingly, Vermont condo where the skiing begins right at your back door; tickets to Boston Red Sox spring training in Florida; a weekend at a beautiful Wellfleet bed & breakfast/art gallery; Swarovski crystal jewelry, and many more enticing items. Absentee bidding on all items is permitted.
Black Diamond tickets at $125/person include dinner, a complimentary raffle ticket, commemorative photo and a "lift pass" for free beer and wine. Bunny Hill tickets at $65/person include dinner and a complimentary beer or wine. A cash bar will be available. Free valet parking provided by the Valet Connection.
For tickets and information about sponsorships, contact Development Director BrIan Platt at 401-723-4266, ext. 16 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proceeds from The Snow Ball benefit the non-profit theater's artistic and educational programs.
Founded in 1984 as Alias Stage, the non-profit Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre creates the finest of live theater, engaging the audience intensely in current and recurrent issues of consequence. The Gamm further serves the public with educational outreach programming designed to support the theatrical experience, and help sustain and enhance the intellectual and cultural life of its community. The Gamm is a member of New England Area Theatre (NEAT), a bargaining unit of the Actors Equity Association.