Also on hand will be Roger Nierenberg and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra, Skitch Henderson of the New York Pops, and the Greenwich Choral Society. Newscaster Chuck Scarborough will serve as the Master of Ceremonies. The performance will begin at 8:30pm.
Gala patrons will be among the first to see the Palace's improved facilities, including the Hinda and Richard Rosenthal Concourse, the Roslyn and Leslie Goldstein Foyer, the Roslyn and Elliot Jaffe Café Teatro, the Carolyn & Robert Neu Grand Stair, the Jean A. Rich Founder's Club, and the Hiddlestone Suites. In addition, they will have the opportunity to view the Amy Rich Little Theatre, construction of which is still in progress.
Proceeds from the black tie gala will benefit Stamford Center for the Arts, Stamford Symphony Orchestra, and Arts in Education, a new program for Stamford students. Tickets range from $50 to 100 for the show only and $350 to $1,250 for the entire evening, including a pre-performance reception at 6:30pm and a champagne and dessert reception with the performers in the Founder's Club afterwards.
All tickets may be purchased by calling the box office at 203-325-4466; tickets for the show only may be purchased online at www.onlyatsca.com. For additional information, call 203-325-4466.