The Drama League – 2018 Benefit Gala Auction
Auction Ends: Nov 7, 2018 04:00 PM EST
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The Drama League Auction is Open for Bidding!!

The Drama League's 2018 Benefit Gala Auction is now open!  Bidding will continue to be open until November 7, 2018 at 4:00 PM.

Prizes include VIP theater tickets, celebrity meet-and-greets, luxury vacations, and other special prizes guaranteed to surprise and delight!  Whether you're on the hunt for a gift or just looking for something to treat yourself to, you'll definitely find it here.

Proceeds go to The Drama League in order to support our programming and provide essential resources and opportunities to aspiring theater artists - see below for more information!



Live Event Details

Mon Nov 5, 2018
6:30 PM - 10PM EST
The Plaza 768 Fifth Avenue, New York City Add to My Calendar
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Monday, November 5, 2018

This fall, The Drama League of New York will hold its 35th Annual Benefit Gala in New York City, honoring Nathan Lane, iconic actor of stage and screen.

Industry professionals, luminaries and supporters will gather for a black-tie celebration of theater and arts advocacy, featuring a cocktail reception, silent auction, an elegant three-course meal, and a one-night- only musical tribute in Mr. Lane's honor, with performances and special appearances by stars of Hollywood and Broadway. Past performers at The Drama League’s Benefit Gala have included Liza Minnelli, Kevin Kline, Stephen Colbert, Harry Connick, Jr., Audra McDonald, Patti LuPone, Kristin Chenoweth, Tony Bennett, Nick Jonas, and casts of Broadway’s hottest musicals. 

Tickets and tables are still available - check out the link below!

Make Your Bid to Support The Drama League of New York!

Now is your chance to snag some amazing prizes, while simultaneously supporting The Drama League's organization and mission.  It's a win-win!

About The Drama League

Our mission is to strengthen the American theater community by supporting early-career artists and fostering deeper audience engagement.  Through fellowships, residencies, workshops, masterclasses, and other initiatives, we equip aspiring artists with resources and opportunties to transform their academic training into actual professional experience.  

Our focus extends beyond the artists' individual training and network, by engaging audiences as well, above and beyond the performances they experience.  Meaningful and ongoing conversations between artist and audience are essential to both the artist's own development as well as to the meaningfulness of the audeince experience.  By enhancing the professional, personal and creative development of early-career artists, we seek to improve the quality of new work for the stage and to enable audiences to have a richer, more informed connection to the works they see. 

You can get an inside peek at some of our programming and events by watching the Treasures of New York feature about The Drama League, available online here!