HARVARD — The 26th Annual Dinner-Theater Gala will be held on Saturday, March 21, beginning with a play by the Bromfield Theater Company at 6 p.m. in Cronin Auditorium. This year’s play, entitled “Lost and Soon Forgotten,” is student-written and directed and set 300 years in the future.
After the play, attendees will enjoy dinner at the Fellowship building, catered by Lucia’s Tavola. The menu will feature a fusion cuisine, including Asian, Italian, Greek and Mexican delicacies. The dinner event will feature special music performed by Bromfield’s own musicians, as well as a silent auction with artwork and gift packages from local artisans including Harvard Sweet Boutique, The Durga Yoga Studio and tickets to James Taylor at Fenway Park.
“The gala has truly become one of the Harvard community’s signature events,” said Terry Symula, president, Harvard Schools Trust. “It’s a wonderful blend of community members, parents, students and teachers, all coming together in support of Harvard’s great schools.”
All proceeds from the gala go toward funding educational enrichment grants at Hildreth Elementary School and the Bromfield School. The Harvard Schools Trust has recently funded educational grants supporting a band and chorus trip for students to perform at the Atlantic Festival of Music in Halifax, Nova Scotia; a texting while driving simulation program; a youth in government program; and an elementary school news broadcast.
To reserve tickets or make a donation, go to: http://harvardschoolstrust.org/Events/Dinner-TheaterGala.aspx
Teachers and staff at Harvard Public Schools may attend the gala for half price.
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