Ticketed Event Features Live Jazz Concert, Signature Cocktails, and Dinner.
By News Desk
Boston Court, Pasadena’s premier nonprofit performing art center, celebrates its 20th Anniversary with a Roaring 20’s Benefit and Concert. This event promises a glamorous evening celebrating two decades of creativity at Boston Court.
On November 9th, from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, guests will be dazzled at Noor, with an evening of swinging jazz, culinary delights, signature cocktails inspired by Boston Court’s beloved shows, and immersive nostalgia. Renowned jazz artist Josh Nelson and Friends will serenade audiences back to the era of flappers and speakeasies. This benefit to raise essential funds for artistic and community engagement programming will take place at Noor, located at 300 E. Colorado Blvd #200, Pasadena, CA 91101.
For two decades, Boston Court Pasadena has gained national recognition for showcasing unconventional work and amplifying marginalized voices. Audiences rely on Boston Court for unparalleled artistic, musical, and theatrical experiences.
“Developing new plays and nurturing playwrights is at the core of what Boston Court Pasadena does. In the 20 years since opening its doors, BCP has staged 65 productions, including 37 world premieres from writers such as Luis Alfaro, Sheila Callaghan, Julia Cho, Idris Goodwin, Aditi Brennan Kapil, E.M. Lewis, Dan O’Brien, Octavio Solis, Carolyn Ratteray, Kit Steinkellner, Sarah B. Mantell, Jen Silverman, and Mfoniso Udofia,” stated Manny Prieto, the Executive Director for Boston Court Pasadena. In addition, “This momentous evening will celebrate our artists from the past and unveil our playwrights and directors for our upcoming 21st season–an evening you do not want to miss.”
To learn more about the event and purchase tickets, visit https://bit.ly/BCPRoaring20s.
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