SummerWorks Performance Festival is hosting a VIP dinner, Thursday July 5th, as a fundraiser for the 2012 season.
Hosted by award-winning playwright and actor Michael Healey, the elegant three-course dinner will feature the culinary combination of Toronto top chef and owner of Cow Bell Restaurant, Mark Cutrara and Brockton General chef Alexandra Feswick. The dinner provides guests the opportunity to have a first taste of Cutrara and Feswick’s new restaurant Samuel J Moore, opening on the main floor of the Great Hall in July.
Proceeds from the dinner will go to SummerWorks Performance Festival – a non-profit arts organization. Tax receipts available.
Cocktails will be served at 6pm followed by dinner service at 7pm.
The Great Hall – 1087 Queen Street West
Tickets can be purchased online for $100 at: http://www.eventbrite.ca/org/
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About SummerWorks Theatre Festival:
As the largest juried performing arts festival in Canada featuring predominantly new Canadian work, SummerWorks programs a festival that uniquely reflects Toronto and Canada’s cultural zeitgeist. Since 1991, SummerWorks has continued to explore and respond to the needs and wants of audiences and the theatre community. The festival has grown to become one of the country’s preeminent multi-disciplinary hubs featuring a Music Series, a mentorship program (SummerWorks Leadership Intensive Program –S.L.I.P.); and the National Series, showcasing works from across Canada. The festival adds new initiatives yearly, including performance-based programs such as the Live Art Series and the Performance Bar. The 2012 SummerWorks Festival runs August 9th to 19th in venues across Toronto.