(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- State Theatre New Jersey will host a Women’s Tea Luncheon on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 to raise funds for State Theatre New Jersey’s arts access initiatives. The event, which is a celebration for Women’s History Month, includes a networking hour and special program on the stage of the historic venue. Tickets and sponsorships are available from $150, and both men and women are welcome to help support this important cause. For tickets, call 732- 247-2700, ext. 512 or email email@example.com.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, State Theatre New Jersey is committed to giving back to the community, providing $730,000 worth of free and heavily-subsidized admissions for mainstage and educational programs annually. Nearly 60,000 underserved individuals statewide benefit—including students from low-income schools, veterans, children on the autism spectrum, seniors, charities, and local families. KPMG and PNC are among the sponsors of the Women's Tea, which will provide crucial support for all of these arts access initiatives at State Theatre New Jersey.
“Approaching its centennial in 2021, State Theatre New Jersey has an exciting vision for ensuring that the powerful impact of the arts continues to be accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds,” said Wendy Wiebalk, State Theatre New Jersey Trustee, Certified Trial Attorney and Partner at Cahn & Parra, LLC, and Women’s Tea Committee Member.
About the Women’s Tea Luncheon Program
Featuring special guest sopranos Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora—passionate arts access advocates as co-founders of the non-profit Sing for Hope—the Women’s Tea Luncheon program will recognize the valuable contribution artists and attendees have had on the community, through their dedication to dozens of charities, public service, their families, and their commitment to excellence. The program will highlight esteemed female State Theatre artists such as: Debbie Reynolds, Mary Tyler Moore, Audra McDonald, Diana Ross, Liza Minnelli, Aretha Franklin, Carol Burnett, Joan Rivers, and Whoopi Goldberg.
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Photo: Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora from Sing for Hope
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