The Spring Gala 2007

PS122 Spring Gala honoring Eric Bogosian

Platinum Sponsor: $10,000 per reserved table for 10 persons in the Platinum section Includes cocktail party, dinner, live performances, and after-party, plus full-page ad and listing in the Gala program, sponsorship listing in Spring 2007 playbills, and complimentary tickets for 4 to three P.S. 122 performances during the 2007 season.

Gold Table Sponsor: $5,000 per reserved table for 8 persons in the Gold section Includes cocktail party, dinner, live performances, and after-party, plus sponsorship listing in the Gala program, and complimentary tickets for 4 to two P.S. 122 performances during the 2007 season.

Silver Sponsor : $1,000 Four individual tickets in Silver section; Includes cocktail party, dinner, live performances, and after-party, plus sponsorship listing in the Gala program.

Bronze Sponsor : $500 Includes individual ticket for cocktail party, dinner, live performance and after-party, plus sponsorship listing in the Gala program.

Individual Patron : $250 Includes individual ticket for cocktail party, dinner, live performance and after-party.

For more information or to request a mailed invitation, please contact Natalie at njohnsonius@ps122.org or 212-477-5829, ext.307.

Gala ticket and table contributions are tax-deductible in the amount they exceed $75.

Monday May 14
5:30 p.m.

The Spring Gala 2006

The Board of Performance Space 122, Gala Co-Chairs Kathleen Russo, Lucy Sexton, Stephen Daldry, Scott Rudin &John Barlow, and Donald Guarnieri invite you to attend:

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THURSDAY, May 4th
Location: The Angel Orensanz Foundation
172 Norfolk Street

Featuring…
the exclusive preview of
“Leftover Stories to Tell”
from the work of Spalding Gray

Performed by:
Jonathan Ames, Eric Bogosian,
Hazelle Goodman, Judith Ivey, Jay McInerney,
Rosie O’Donnell, and James Urbaniak

and The Inaugural Spalding Gray Award

6:30 Cocktails &Silent Auction,
7:30 Dinner,
8:30 Performance &Award Ceremony,
9:30 Live Art Auction

Our fantastic annual Art Auction will include creations and contributions from:

  • Renate Aller
  • Laurie Anderson
  • Matthew Barney
  • Christo and Jeanne-Claude
  • Alexandra Eldridge
  • Philip Glass
  • Fergus Greer
  • Gia Grosso
  • David Leslie
  • Dona Ann McAdams
  • Pat Oleszko
  • Lori Seid
  • Adam Stennett
  • Laura Taylor
  • John Waters
  • William Wegman
  • Ezra Wube

Thank you to our generous sponsors Bedell Cellars, Corey Creek Vineyards and Cobra Beer.

TICKETS: R.S.V.P. to carleigh@ps122.org or purchase your tickets on-line now

$350 – Patron
Includes individual ticket for cocktail party, dinner, and exclusive preview of “Leftover Stories to Tell”

$3000 – Gold Table Sponsor
Includes reserved table of 8 persons in Gold section, cocktail party, dinner, exclusive preview of “Leftover Stories to Tell,” and after-party, plus sponsorship listing in Gala program, and complimentary tickets for 4 for two P.S. 122 performances during the 2006 season

$5000 – Platinum Table Sponsor
Includes reserved table of 10 persons in Platinum section, cocktail party, dinner, exclusive preview of “Leftover Stories to Tell,” and after-party, plus full page ad in Gala program, sponsorship listing in Spring 2006 playbills, and complimentary tickets for 4 to three P.S. 122 performances during the 2006 season

The proceeds from this evening will directly support Performance Space 122 and The Spalding Gray Award.

Performance Space 122 is dedicated to supporting and presenting artists whose work challenges the traditional boundaries of dance, theatre, music, and performance. Committed to exploring innovative form as well as material, P.S. 122 is steadfast in its search for pioneering artists from a diversity of cultures and points of view. The proceeds from this event will directly support the mission and future of our beloved and vital institution.

The Spalding Gray Award is a new commissioning award created in his honor by Performance Space 122 and the UCLA Live Arts Program. The Award will support gifted writer/performers who fully realize both aspects of Spalding’s legacy, who are fearless innovators of theatrical form, who reach into daily experience and create resonant, transcendent work that makes us all bigger, wider, wiser and, somehow, more than we were when we entered the theater. The recipient will be announced at The Gala and receive a full production of his or her work during the upcoming season at P.S. 122.

Live Onstage! Benefit 2005


Gala Benefit 2005

Performance Space 122 Gala Benefit 2005
May 2, 2005
at Webster Hall

Performance Space 122 Celebrates 25 Years of groundbreaking Live Theater in New York City with a special gala benefit honoring theater producer David Binder and featuring the presentation of the first annual Ethyl Eichelberger Award honoring one of today’s most promising and adventurous young theater artists.

LIVE ONSTAGE! will be hosted by Lisa Kron and Marga Gomez and will feature performances by exciting new theater artists that have emerged from Performance Space 122’s stages in recent years, including Richard Maxwell, Elevator Repair Service, Richard Move, Julie Atlas Muz, Mike Albo, Radiohole, National Theater of the United States of America, The Civilians and more.

Our honoree, David Binder, has spent the last decade bringing alternative audiences and new artists to the theater. He produced the first Broadway revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s classic A Raisin in the Sun starring Sean Combs which won two Tony awards and was also recognized for the incredibly young and diverse audience it brought to the theater. David is also the original producer of the rock’n’roll musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Other productions include the long-running smash De la Guarda, Lisa Kron’s 2.5 Minute Ride and Kenneth Lonergan’s Lobby Hero. A long-time friend of Performance Space 122’s, we wanted to honor David’s work as an adventurous off-Broadway producer and a supporter of our work.

The evening will begin at 6:00 p.m. with cocktails and dinner for our Sponsors, Patrons, and VIP guests and continue with performances and dancing for a larger group of performers, theater lovers, and members of the city’s arts community. Celebrity DJs Johnny Dynell, Billy Beyond and John Roberts will keep the party hopping and our annual art auction -featuring work from Jo Andres, Charles Atlas, Josef Astor, Nicle Eisenman, Alexandra Eldridge, Patricia Field, Nan Goldin, Gia Grosso, Scott Lifshutz, Dona Ann McAdams, Patrick McMullan, Amy Sillman, and more – is sure to be a highlight. We hope you will join us for what promises to be one of the most exciting events of the season.

May 2, 2005
6 p.m. – VIP reception
8 p.m. – General Admission
VIP tickets start at $200

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