Benefit Co-Chairs Pamela A Ryckman & Jean Kim Smart cordially invite you to
CELEBRATE WITH US
Honoring Board President Amanda Woods
7PM Cocktails and Canapes
8PM Dinner and Live Entertainment by Page 73 Playwrights and Artists
TABLES AND TICKETS
$10,000 Table ($8,250 is tax-deductible): VIP seating for ten; Listing as Leadership Circle on the invitation, in the event press release, the event program, on Page 73’s website and in production programs for one year
$5,000 Table ($3,250 is tax-deductible): Priority seating for ten; Listing as Leadership Circle on the invitation, in the event press release, the event program, on Page 73’s website and in production programs for one year
$2,500 Half Table ($1,625 is tax-deductible): Preferred seating for five; listing as Benefit Committee on the invitation, in the event press release, the event program, on Page 73’s website and in production programs for one year
$1,000 Dinner Ticket ($825 is tax-deductible): Priority seating for one. Listing as Benefit Committee on the invitation, the event program, and in production programs for one year
$500 Dinner Ticket ($325 is tax-deductible): Reserved seating for one; Listing as Benefit Committee on the invitation, the event program, and in production programs for one year
$200 Balcony/Cocktails Ticket ($65 is tax-deductible): Admission for one for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dessert. The performance can be watched from the Balcony.
$200 Sponsor an Artist Ticket: This fully tax-deductible donation will pay for the admission of an artist to attend the Benefit.
Gaily & John Beinecke, Susan V. Bershad Charitable Fund, Jody Falco & Jeffrey Steinman, James Fotheringham, Carson & Joseph Gleberman, Asher Richelli & Daniel Swee, Rachel Rucker Schmidt & Jason Schmidt, Maxine Sleeper, Jeremy Smith, and Eric Wasserstrom
Patty Bacon, Allison Blinken, Liz Hull & Greg Wasserstrom, Mary Lee & David Jones, Michael Koester, Mr. & Mrs. William H. Miller, Jr., Martha Mortenson, Daniel Nickolich, Janice Poplack & Mike Epstein, Kimberly Sogioka & Joshua Buhler, Kate & Art Trotman, Lisa Van Curen, A. Tappan Wilder, Marvin Wolf, Pamela L L Woods
(List as of February 22)
“Page 73 would not be what it is today without Amanda Woods’s fearless leadership as President of our Board of Directors and her dedication to the company’s mission. Over the last 10 years, she has been a guiding force in Page 73’s growth. Her commitment and spirit are part of – and will always be part of – our DNA. While Amanda has always shied away from the limelight and has preferred instead that Page 73, its playwrights and its artists be front and center, a celebration of Amanda and her contribution to Page 73 is long overdue. It truly is a privilege to finally honor her at our 2019 Spring Benefit.”
– Liz Jones and Asher Richelli, Founding Directors
Amanda Woods joined the Page 73 Board in 2007 and has been Board President since 2011. Amanda has worked both nationally and internationally in various capacities for artistic institutions including Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, English National Opera, Lincoln Center Theater, Yale Repertory Theater, Steppenwolf Theater Company, LAByrinth Theater Company and The Old Vic. She now runs WallaceWoods Consulting for creative ventures. A former theater scout for Paramount Pictures, she holds an MFA from Yale School of Drama where she is a member of the Board of Advisors. Amanda lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Eric Wasserstrom, and their sons Will and Hugo.