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The Dionysian Romp- 25 years of the Actor's Theatre
Non-Profit | Fundraiser
Date: March 21, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Location: Show map
The Extravaganza Depot
1610 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28206

Phone: 704-342-2251
Site: http://www.atcharlotte.org/dionysian-romp/

We celebrate 25 years of The Actor's Theatre of Charlotte with a festival of wine and theatre! We will award the “Dionysian” to our most loyal supporters and advocates, Honorees Mike and Kathy Mulvaney in honor of their commitment to ATC and the art of theatre through their patronage. Additionally, we couldn’t have come this far without the support of our beautiful community.


And, of course, we will romp the night away with some of the best musical performers singing your favorites songs from the last two and a half decades of ATC, all while partaking of some lovely Mediterranean eats from Armin’s Catering. And, in order to not offend Dionysus, we will have plenty of wine. There will also be auction items such as trips, jewelry and tickets to some amazing events!

Festive Attire,  Blue & White if you choose ( the colors of the Greek flag). Tickets $100pp or $150 per couple




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