Monday, March 30 • 6 PM
Zeigfeld Ballroom • 141 W 54 St
Please join us for a special evening celebrating the extraordinary legacy of composer and lyricist Michael Friedman.
We will be joined by Michael’s family and friends — and some very special performers — to pay tribute to a talent we lost far too soon. Join us to honor Michael and support Playwrights Horizons’ mission to develop and produce new American plays and musicals, including Unknown Soldier (written with Daniel Goldstein), coming to Playwrights this year.
with performances by
Kevin Del AguilaPeter and the Starcatcher, Rocky
André De Shields
Tony Award Winner; Hadestown, The Full Monty
“Chicago Med,” Violet
Rachel DratchLove’s Labour’s Lost, “Saturday Night Live”
Caleb EberhardtChoir Boy, Is God Is
Greg HildrethBloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Frozen on Broadway
Jeff HillerBloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Love’s Labour’s Lost
Curtis HolbrookIf/Then, All Shook Up
Van HughesSpring Awakening, American Idiot
Tony Award Winner; Saved, To Kill a Mockingbird
Patti MurinFly By Night, Frozen on Broadway
Charlie PollackPretty Woman: The Musical, Violet
Caesar SamayoaCome From Away, Sister Act
Margo SeibertRocky, In Transit, Unknown Soldier
“Grease: Live,” Moulin Rouge! The Musical!
Morgan WeedAmerican Psycho, Saved
Audrey Lynn WestonLove’s Labour’s Lost, Old Jews Telling Jokes
ANd SPECIAL GUESTS FROM A STRANGE LOOP
James Jackson, Jr.
Celebrating the Legacy of
Playwrights Horizons: Unknown Soldier, Mr. Burns, Saved. Other works: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, The Fortress of Solitude, and Love’s Labour’s Lost. 2007 OBIE Award for sustained excellence.
Jide J. Zeitlin,
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Tapestry
Katrina E. McCann
For more information about the Gala, contact Sean Hefferon at 212 564 1235 x 3143 or firstname.lastname@example.org.