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Meet Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles at the Tony Awards

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Catherine W.

New York, NY


June 10, 2018

What you'll do

Broadway’s biggest night has a new star… YOU. That’s right, you and your fellow theater-buff friend are heading to New York to experience all the 72nd Annual Tony Awards has to offer. It’ll begin when you go to the dress rehearsal and meet this year’s co-hosts (and past Tony nominees) Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles. Sound like music to your ears? Just wait. Once it’s showtime you’ll walk the red carpet and head to your VIP seats inside the the legendary Radio City Music Hall. While the show may be over when the final award is presented, your night won’t be because you’re also on the list for the exclusive Tony Gala! Flights and hotel are on us.

Who you'll help

The American Theatre Wing: The American Theatre Wing envisions a future for theater that is as vital and diverse as the American people. In pursuit of this vision, their programs span the nation to invest in the growth and evolution of theater: on stage, behind the scenes and in the audience. Your donation will benefit the Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative which works to fund grants to underserved K–12 public schools to help keep theater education alive, provide scholarships to under-resourced students grades 6–12 for top-quality summer training, and award talented, diverse young people with college scholarships that allow them to pursue degrees in theater.

The Broadway League Foundation: The Broadway League Foundation Inc. is dedicated to building awareness of and engagement with live theater. Programs bring in new audiences, expanding access to Broadway productions in New York City and around the country. Your donation will benefit The Foundation’s latest initiative, Broadway Bridges®, supported by the NYC Department of Education and United Federation of Teachers. This initiative works to ensure every public high school student (in NYC and eventually, beyond) has the chance to see a Broadway show before graduation. It complements schools’ existing theater education programs and enhances students’ arts experience at schools with fewer opportunities.