Stamford, CT (September 27, 2019) – On Tuesday, September 24, The Palace Theatre in Stamford held it’s first annual Chairman’s Dinner. 100 supporters gathered on the stage of The Palace for an evening featuring special performances from the organization’s Arts in Education students and singer Allen Rene Louis. The event raised $25,000 to support The Palace and its arts education programs.
The Palace also presented a special recognition to Sandy Goldstein, president of the Stamford Downtown Special Services District. “Sandy has been an outstanding corporate citizen in her contributions to the life and wellbeing of Downtown Stamford,” noted Michael Moran, President and CEO of The Palace. “We are thrilled to present her with this much-deserved honor.”
The Palace’s Arts in Education programs are held year round and strive to Inspire, Challenge and Engage through the arts area youth by offering opportunities in performing, choreography, playwriting, master classes and intensives in circus arts, acting, voice and dance. Students learn skills that are important in academic and life success such as confidence, problem-solving, teamwork, perseverance and focus.
The Palace Theatre is located at 61 Atlantic Street in Stamford, CT. They can be reached at (203) 325-4466 or by visiting www.palacestamford.org. For the latest news and updates, follow @ThePalaceTheatreStamford on Facebook and @PalaceStamford on Twitter.
About The Palace Theatre
The 1,580-seat Palace Theatre is dedicated to performing arts of all genres – music, dance, theater and comedy. In addition to hosting world-renowned performers in each of those fields, the Palace partners with arts organizations like the Stamford Symphony and Connecticut Ballet for their performances. The Theatre’s three floors encompass a deeper-than-typical Broadway-size stage, a café, a Learning Center, a theatre-long art gallery and a magnificent glass-walled promenade. The Palace is dedicated to providing exciting entertainment that enriches the cultural, educational, economic and social life of the community.
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PHOTO CAPTION: Left to right: Honoree Sandy Goldstein, president of the Stamford Downtown Special Services District, with Bob Goldstein at The Palace Theatre’s first annual Chairman’s Dinner.
PHOTO CAPTION: The Palace Theatre’s first annual Chairman’s Dinner featured special performances from the organization’s Arts in Education students led by Carol Bryan (left), The Palace’s Director of Education, and In the Heights assistant choreographer Luis Salgado (center).
PHOTO CAPTION: Michael Moran, President and CEO of The Palace Theatre, at the organization’s first annual Chairman’s Dinner.
PHOTO CAPTION: Singer Allen Rene Louis performs as part of the The Palace Theatre’s first annual Chairman’s Dinner.