PNC Arts Alive honored at the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s annual gala

    Brought to you by Freemans Auctioneers, The Circuit, with Caroline Stewart, takes you to the Loews Hotel in Center City for the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s annual fundraising gala. Become a regular of our new blog to keep up with the most beneficial philanthropic events.



    Broadway’s Patina Miller performed for an exuberant crowd at the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s fundraiser and gala, held Fri., March 1 at the Loews Hotel in Center City.

    The annual event, which benefits Philadelphia Theatre Company’s education outreach program honored PNC Arts Alive and Julia and Gene Ericksen for their years of support for the Company and the city’s arts community.

    PNC Arts Alive is designed to support visual and performing arts organizations. To date, it has funded nearly 125 projects representing a wide range of disciplines and audiences including PTC’s 35Under35 initiative to grow a younger audience.

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