Join us for a landmark gala celebration and experience State Theatre New Jersey like never before!
Leadership in the Arts Award
Hiam Boraie, Boraie Development
Wendy Wiebalk, Cahn & Parra, LLC
Tim Brown, MetLife
Craig Guiffre, American Benefits Consulting
Join in the Celebration of the Golden Age of State Theatre with a unique evening as we transform the State Theatre’s beautiful auditorium into a dinner and performance space, with seated tables for a sumptuous meal and a featured performance by the legendary Neil Sedaka.
with unique tasting stations throughout the State Theatre
Gala Dinner and
Awards Presentation on Stage
Enjoy your dinner on stage with an intimate performance by Neil Sedaka, award-winning American songwriter, composer, pianist, and popular music artist.
Dessert and Dancing until 11pm
See singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka live in concert! After being catapulted to stardom when singer Connie Francis recorded his song "Stupid Cupid," Sedaka went on to become one of the first teen pop sensations of the 1950s, a successful songwriter in the 1960s, and a superstar in the 1970s. His chart-topping hits include "Calendar Girl," "The Diary," "Oh! Carol," "Little Devil," "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen," "Next Door To An Angel," and "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do." As a songwriter, Sedaka has penned hit songs for artists such as Frank Sinatra (“The Hungry Years”), Elvis Presley (“Solitaire”), Tom Jones (“Puppet Man”), The Monkees (“When Love Comes Knocking At Your Door”), and The Fifth Dimension (“Workin’ on a Groovy Thing”).
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For more information about this exciting Gala, please contact Linda Van Derveer at 732-247-7200, ext 594 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or sign up here and we'll contact you:
Tim Brown, MetLife
Saul Curtis, Retired, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Cathy Gombas, Johnson & Johnson
Eileen Harkins, Retired, Johnson & Johnson
Bill Herman, Real Estate Management
Marylu Korkuch, Retired, Chubb
Gabriel Lavigne, UBS
Richard T. McDonald, Johnson & Johnson
Lisa Piscadlo, Retired, Johnson & Johnson
John Reissner, Magyar Bank
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