State Theatre New Jersey Honors Bank of America
Posted on 05/07/2018
State Theatre New Jersey will honor Bank of America at the 2018 State Theatre Benefit Gala on May 12. Supporting more than 2,000 visual and performing arts organizations worldwide, Bank of America’s commitment to the arts is truly inspiring.
State Theatre Board Chair Scott Fergang recently remarked, “We are thrilled to honor Bank of America at this year’s Gala, for their support of the arts throughout New Jersey has a tremendous impact on the region.”
As a steadfast partner of State Theatre New Jersey for the past 15 years, Bank of America upholds our mission to present programming from around the world that delights and inspires our audiences. Their recent support of performances such as Black Violin, Gilberto Santa Rosa, The Temptations & The Four Tops, Masters of Illusion, Broadway tours of RENT, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, West Side Story, and the New Jersey premiere of Jersey Boys; reflect the rich diversity of our communities.
“We are proud to call State Theatre New Jersey a partner,” said Robert Doherty, New Jersey President, Bank of America. “Our support of the arts reflects our belief that the ARTS MATTER: They help economies thrive, help individuals connect with each other and across cultures, and educate and enrich societies,” added Doherty.
Serving New Jersey for more than 190 years, Bank of America is guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better through the power of every connection, delivering on this through a focus on responsible growth and environmental, social, and governance leadership. Through these efforts, Bank of America is driving growth—investing in the success of their employees, helping to create jobs, develop communities, foster economic mobility, and address society’s biggest challenges.