Curtain Call 2017
Please join us, Monday, October 23, 2017, at The Westin Governor Morris in Morristown, for Curtain Call, the annual celebration of NJ Professional Theatre. This year Curtain Call will bring together artists, arts organizations, business leaders, funders, government representatives, and arts patrons to honor Atlantic Health System and the 33 artistic directors of our member theatres.
To RSVP, please contact Ruth Zamoyta, Development & Communications Director, at (973) 731-6582 ext. 14, or email@example.com.
There will be live entertainment, food stations, beer and wine, a 50/50 raffle and a silent auction.
Proceeds from Curtain Call will strengthen the Alliance’s critical role as a resource for the state’s professional theatre community, and advance the Alliance’s growing programs to benefit children, people with disabilities and the theatre-going public.
Ticket prices and Sponsorship:
- PRODUCERS $10,000, includes 15 tickets and other benefits
- DIRECTORS $5,000, includes 10 tickets and other benefits
- LEADING PLAYERS $2,500, includes 6 tickets and other benefits
- SUPPORTING PLAYERS $1,500, includes 4 tickets and other benefits
- PATRONS $350 each, includes listing
- FRIENDS $175 each
To place an ad or tribute in the printed program, or to contribute to our silent auction, contact Ruth Zamoyta, Development & Communications Director, at (973) 731-6582 ext. 14, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Jersey theatre Alliance is a non-profit 501(c)3. All but $70 of your Curtain Call ticket purchase (per person) is tax-deductible.
Star Award: Atlantic Health System, for its support of theatre programming that enhances the health and well-being of New Jersey residents.
Award of Excellence: The Artistic Directors of New Jersey's Professional Theatres, for their dedication and artistic vision.
June Ballinger, Passage Theatre Company, Trenton
SuzAnne Barabas, New Jersey Repertory Company, Long Branch
Michael Bias, The Garage Theatre Group, Teaneck
Ed Corsi and Ted Wioncek, The Eagle Theatre, Hammonton
Ray Croce, South Camden Theatre Company, Camden
John Dias, Two River Theater, Red Bank
Michael Driscoll, Alliance Repertory Theatre Company, Summit
Laura Ekstrand, Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, Summit
Stephen Fredericks, The Growing Stage: The Children’s Theatre of New Jersey, Netcong
Eric Hafen, Bickford Theatre at the Morris Museum, Morristown
Mark Hoebee, Paper Mill Playhouse, Millburn
Marshall Jones III, Crossroads Theatre Company, New Brunswick
Cheryl Katz, Luna Stage Company, West Orange
Barbara Krajkowski, Women’s Theater Company, Parsippany
Frank Licato, Hudson Theatre Works, Weehawken
Emily Mann, McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton
Bonnie Monte, The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, Madison
Chris O’Connor, Mile Square Theatre, Hoboken
John Pietrowski, Writers Theatre of New Jersey, Madison
Marni Raab and Steven Tabakin, Midtown Direct Rep, Maplewood
James Rana, Actors Shakespeare Company, Elizabeth
David Saint, George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick
Sam Scalamoni, Skyline Theatre Company, Fair Lawn
Lou Scarpati, The Company Theatre Group, Hackensack
Mark Spina, The Theater Project, Maplewood
Gayle Stahlhuth, East Lynne Theater Company, Cape May
Roy Steinberg, Cape May Stage, Cape May
Jim Vagias, American Theater Group, South Orange
Carl Wallnau, Centenary Stage Company, Hackettstown
Paul Whelihan, Pushcart Players, Verona
John Wooten, Premiere Stages at Kean University, Unio
Kenneth M. Fisher