JLive at the Gordon

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Saturday, March 4, 2017
7:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Location
The Gordon Center for the Performing Arts

 


The Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC of Greater Baltimore presents JLive at the Gordon, a fun, celebratory and upbeat event showcasing The Broadway Boys: 6 of the most striking leading male voices currently singing on Broadway.

Imagine watching a performance with unparalleled vocals and explosive energy, classic songs being completely reinvented, an evening full of show tunes presented with a contemporary flare. You’ve just envisioned the Broadway Boys. In addition, the event will include a delicious pre-show dessert reception, raffle and cool live auction.

JCC event chairs include Will Minkin (Past Chair of the Board), Betsy Narrow and Keith Shapiro (both JCC Board members). According to Barak Hermann, JCC CEO “JLive is a fabulous night out for all ages! We’re thrilled to bring some of the best of Broadway to Baltimore.”

JLive at the Gordon is raising funds to support need-based scholarships for children and teens to participate in JCC programs including Early Childhood Education, Special Needs, JCC Maccabi Experience, J Camps and other programming. Each of these programs reflects how the “J” connects families, supports individuals and helps build a stronger community.

The Gordon Center for the Performing Arts is located at the Rosenbloom Owing Mills JCC, 3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue, Owings Mills, MD 21117. For tickets and more information regarding the event, please call 410.559.3500 or visit jcc.org/jlive.

Tickets:
$75 in advance $100 at the door
$180 VIP ticket includes preferred seating and photo op with The Broadway Boys

Media information and sponsorship opportunity inquiries should be addressed to Esther Greenberg, 410.559.3545 or egreenberg@jcc.org.

Sponsors include Ashland Auction Group, Breakthru Beverage Maryland, Defender One Security, Innovative Party Planners and Union Craft Brewery. The JCC is a constituent agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore whose support and funding have helped to make this event possible.

The Jewish Community Center of Baltimore (JCC), founded in 1854, is the oldest JCC in the country. Its membership reflects the diversity of Greater Baltimore. The JCC’s mission is to promote and strengthen life and values through communal programs and activities for individuals and families. The JCC operates two full-service facilities in the Baltimore metropolitan area, a Downtown Baltimore drop-in parenting facility devoted to supporting young families, and The Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Baltimore County’s only community-based arts center.

More than 50,000 people take part in JCC activities every year; another 30,000 attend programs at the Gordon Center. Annually the JCC provides over $550,000 in need‐based scholarships to ensure that the JCC’s programs are accessible to all community members without regard to their personal financial status. Funds raised at JLive support these scholarships.