Tuesday, May 1, 2018

French Fête Benefit

with Royal Hommage to Robert Treuhold &
the Knighting of the National Park Service

Manhattan Penthouse, 80 Fifth Avenue (@ 14th Street) 

Join us in Louis XIV's court for a sumptuous evening of French revelry, fabulous French fare, and pop•up performances from your favorite French plays. After two Shakespearean Feast Benefits, we can't wait to dig into the French canon (and cookbook!).

6:30 Cocktails & Festivités
7:15 Seated 3-course dinner with pop•up performances 

Cocktail Attire (wigs & fans encouraged) 

Tickets start at $500.
Can't make it? Sponsor an actor with a donation!

Can't make it? Donate!

2017 Elizabethan Feast

To purchase
by check,
please mail to:

New York Classical Theatre
c/o Benefit 2018
64 Fulton Street, Suite 1108
New York, NY 10038

or call (212) 662-0760

All tickets and tables are
tax-deductible less
$200 per attendee.

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Royal Hommage to Robert Treuhold

We are honored to celebrate Robert Treuhold's steadfast commitment
to the mission of New York Classical Theatre.

Robert Treuhold served on the New York Classical Board of Directors for over six years, lending his expertise, sage wisdom, and sense of humor to our work in New York City. Bob's most memorable contribution to New York Classical remains, however, in his role as The Bear in The Winter's Tale, in which he roared ferociously. He recently joined Rose & Company, a strategic capital markets advisory firm, as a partner in 2017. Before that, Bob was a senior partner of Shearman & Sterling LLP, working from both the New York and Paris offices. It is to Bob's love of the theater and of all things French that we dedicate this Fête.


Royal Knighting of the National Park Service

Since 1916, the National Park Service has been entrusted with the care of our national parks. They preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. The Park Service cooperates with partners to extend the benefits of natural and cultural resource conservation and outdoor recreation throughout this country and the world. In 2006, the National Park Service hosted New York ClassicalTheatre's production of Mary Stuart in Castle Clinton−the first performance in this venue in over 100 years. We are grateful to the National Park Service for their invaluable partnership working on 12 productions over the last 13 years. We are thrilled to honor them at this Fête.