Broadway Star Adam Pascal at Embassy Marquee Gala August 20
Fort Wayne, Ind. (Aug. 14, 2020) – The Embassy Theatre will host this year’s Marquee Galanext Thursday, August 20 at 7:30 p.m. The event is a unique Embassy fundraiser that brings Broadway stars to the stage in Fort Wayne for an intimate evening. The Embassy is a nonprofit and relies on memberships and patron support to thrive in our community. Even during this challenging time, the organization has found a way to host the event to reduce exposure to COVID-19 as well as open it up to the community by offering a $150 ticket option this year.
Buying a ticket to this event is one way to help Fort Wayne’s “crown jewel” and have a joyful evening with an amazing Broadway talent. All proceeds from this event go towards the Raise The Curtain campaign. The Embassy believes that performing arts experiences can help us heal during this unique time for us all.
Adam Pascal starred as the original Roger Davis in the Off Broadway, Broadway and London Productions of RENT, for which he was nominated for a Tony award for best lead actor. He was the original Radames in Broadway’s AIDA. Other Broadway credits include the final Emcee in the Roundabout’s Production of CABARET, Huey Calhoun in MEMPHIS, Billy Flynn in CHICAGO, Chad in DISASTER, William Shakespeare in SOMETHING ROTTEN and most recently, Edward Lewis in Broadway’s PRETTY WOMAN and Harold Hill in Five Star Theatricals THE MUSIC MAN.
Tickets can still be purchased for this one-of-a-kind, exquisite Broadway experience at the STAR Bank box office at the Embassy by calling 260.424.5665. Reservations should be made by August 17.
If interested in a last minute sponsorship opportunity, please contact Lucas Weick, chief philanthropy officer, at 260.247.9383 or by email at Lucas@fwembassytheatre.org.
The Marquee Gala is presented by Mark Ulmschneider & Georgia Wralstad Ulmschneider.
In accordance with the statewide mask mandate, we now require patrons and guests to wear a mask, face covering, or face shield upon entry to the Embassy Theatre. Patrons may remove their facial coverings while enjoying food and drink at a table or when seated in the theater. All events have limited capacity. The Embassy has thorough protocols and staff training in place to reduce exposure to COVID-19. Please expect timed entry, social distancing, face coverings on our staff and vendors, one-way traffic patterns, paperless and touchless interactions whenever possible and rigorous cleaning and sanitizing. While the Embassy works hard to reduce exposure to COVID-19, the public is assuming the inherent risk of possible exposure.