$50 in advance, $60 at the door, Click here!
April 13, 2013
7pm – Midnight
5211 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL Google Maps
With performances by:
& The Theatre Seven Ensemble
& Chef, Robin Kacyn of Sauced
Beer, Wine & Specially Designed Swedish Punch!
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! Just $50. Click here!
If you’d like to support the event but are unable to attend, buy a discounted ticket with the code SPONSORONE, and your contribution will ensure a low-income artist is able to attend the event in your place!
Learn more about our business partnerships here
Join us April 13, 2013 at the Swedish American Museum in Andersonville for a spectacular party that supports Theatre Seven’s mission to make great Chicago plays! Our annual Gala raises vital funds that provide invaluable resources for the ambitious work of our actors, directors and playwrights. Last year we raised over $9,500 which enabled us to fulfill our mission of telling Chicago stories.
This year’s gala will feature libations from local breweries, dinner featuring Chicago favorites (including the modern cuisine of RL Restaurant), a sneak preview of T7’s summer production of Unwilling and Hostile Instruments, as well as silent auction and raffle prizes that highlight all the corners of Chicago’s unique neighborhoods.
Please join us for a wonderful evening in support of the company hailed by the Chicago Reader as “the future of Off-Loop Theatre”!
Are you interested in participating in this event on a deeper level? CLICK HERE and find out what you can do.
Neighborhood Ball 2013 Sponsors and Donors.
to all of the generous in-kind donations featured in the silent auction for the 2013 Neighborhood Ball!
FULL LIST OF IN-KIND DONORS:
Amy Krause Rosenthal
Barker & Meowsky
Chicago Shakespeare Theater
Dennis Trelinski Personal Training
Dr. Jason Fennema & Ravenswood Health Center
Howard’s Wine Cellar
Jill & Aaron Davidson
Lakeshore Sport & Fitness
Mary Murray/Amalgamated Bank of Chicago
Million Dollar Quartet
Smart Museum of Art
Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Victory Gardens Theatre
Women and Children First Bookstore