Friday, March 12, 2010

Centerstage 2010 Benefiting the Dallas Theater Center

The Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre in the AT&T Performing Arts Center will be a jeweled setting for Centerstage 2010 on Saturday, March 27. This bold and lively evening of entertainment will start with hot Spanish cocktails, tapas and music. And then the attendees will enjoy a delicious seated dinner by Wolfgang Puck amid the Dallas skyline and colorful theater lights above.

Over dessert, Chairmen Pilar and Jay Henry and Honorary Chairmen Bess and Ted Enloe and their 375 guests will laugh the night away to the headline entertainment Whose Live Anyway with their improvised witty scenes and songs created from audience suggestions. Whose Live Anyway also performs some of the hilarious games played on the Emmy Nominated TV show Whose Line Is It Anyway? in addition to new ones.

After the entertainment, Centerstage Late Night kicks off with Motion to keep the party going! Guests will dance the night away to this high-energy, exciting dance band. For those of you who have early evening plans, come join the festivities at 10pm for cocktails, dessert and dancing!

Centerstage is the signature fundraiser of Dallas Theater Center, with all proceeds benefiting the theater’s acclaimed artistic and expansive education programs. For more than 50 years, Dallas Theater Center has produced innovative, exciting plays for Dallas audiences of thousands each season. From beloved classics to new plays, Dallas Theater Center’s productions are among the best in North Texas.

Individual tickets are $1,000. Centerstage Late Night tickets are $150. Underwriting and sponsorship packages begin at $2,500. For more information or to attend the event, please contact Lauren Zugaro at 214-252-3915 or

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