Save the Date! IRT A.I.R. Benefit Party May 10
So I’ve been talking about this new space for awhile. We’re starting to make some progress on pulling things together. I’d love for you to come to our party and be a part of making this place happen. It is the Biggest Little Theater in Manhattan and I want to make all kinds of great theater. Its kind of like Haiku Theater – small in size, big in meaning and impact.
See our space! Bring your friends! Make some new ones!
IRT Theater’s first A.I.R. Benefit Party
Celebrating the NEW ERA of IRT and the beginning of our Artist in Residence Program!
Saturday, May 10th 2008 from 7PM-12AM.
Open vodka bar from 7PM-9PM brought to you by SVEDKA
Hors d’oeuvres provided by local restaurants!
Dancing to DJ NICK HOOK & Friends!
Visuals by The Sunday Experiment!
& Special Guest Performances!!
Admission is FREE; but donations are gladly accepted and heartily encouraged!
154 Christopher St. #3B
New York, NY 10014
(Wanna volunteer to help out with the party? Do a performance? Get involved? Just email me at culturebot[at]gmail[dot]com)
MORE ABOUT IRT
Under the new leadership of Executive Director Kori Schneider and Artistic Director Andy Horwitz, IRT (founded 1986) is entering a new era! We are embarking on an ambitious campaign to become a fun,vital hub for creativity and an important development space for new theater in New York. Over the next 18 months we will be renovating our intimate black box theater in the West Village, upgrading our lighting and sound systems, implementing artist in residence programs, commissioning programs and fully produced productions. We are re-structuring, re-building and re-invigorating in order to launch our first full season of original work in September 2009!!
Be a part of making it happen! Please join us for this party to help us celebrate and usher in this NEW ERA of IRT!! Come see the space and raise a glass! And while the party is FREE, donations of any size are heartily encourage and happily accepted. IRT is s a 501(c)(3) organization and all contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.