Shakespeare may have said all the world’s a stage, but one theater group in particular has been using the stage to change the world since 1991. The Tectonic Theater Project has initiated dialogues on social and political issues with ground-breaking experimental plays such as The Laramie Project. As part of Tectonic’s 25th anniversary, the theater is putting on a benefit show featuring plays of the past and present. This star-studded event will be hosted by Academy Award-winning actress, Jane Fonda, and is sure to be a night to remember in the theater. Tonight, a founder of this illustrious theater, Moises Kaufman, and Emmy award-winning actor Michael Emerson, will give us a preview of the benefit and a look back at Tectonic’s ground-breaking work.
For all you Tectonic Theater Project and New York City theater fans, there are tickets still available for the Tectonic at 25! benefit at the NYU Skirball Center. Ticket information can be found on the center’s website, and if you would like to inquire about sponsorship opportunities and VIP packages, email email@example.com or call 212-579-6111.