Metropolitans Kick it Off at Abby Lane
Posted 16 April 2013 12:00 AM by Citi
On March 20, the Citi Center development team launched the Metropolitans in an amazing kick-off event at Abby Lane. Guests totaling 80+ enjoyed a signature Metropolitan cocktail, mixed and mingled while generating great ideas for partnerships and support for the Citi Center Education programs, as well as the Corporate Culture initiative. The staff looks forward to many more great Metropolitan meet-ups in our theatres and around the district. Among the crowd were Priscilla Rojas and Caroline Schaeffer from State Street Corporation Arts & Culture Group Co-Coordinators, who are interested in supporting the Citi Center arts education programs. Graham Wright of Opus Affair and performer in the upcoming production of the BLO’s Flying Dutchman was also in attendance. See below for a who’s who of the event.
President and CEO Josiah A. Spaulding, Jr. with Metropolitan guests.
The pillars of the Metropolitans group are:
Exposure to boutique arts and culture experiences in our iconic theatres
Volunteer opportunities with our arts education programs
Immersion experiences in the Theatre District neighborhood.
Interested in becoming a Metropolitan? Contact Julie Judson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-532-1278.
From L to R: Graham Wright, founder of Opus Affair, Sue Dahling Sullivan, Chief of Staff at Citi Center, Kyle Hemingway, co-host of Opus Affair and Citi Center staff