2nd Annual Some Enchanted Evening ~ A Night of Broadway Song & Dance

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September 22, 2018 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

909-482-1590

Actor Patrick Cassidy, best known for his roles in musical theatre and television, headlines Some Enchanted Evening ~ A Night of Broadway Song & Dance to benefit Inland Pacific Ballet, the professional ballet company based in the Inland Empire. This 2nd annual intimate cabaret evening features song and dance by Inland Pacific Ballet dancers and Academy students, cocktails, hor d’oeuvres, dessert, silent/live auction, and is hosted by IPB Associate Director Jonathan Sharp (The Red Shoes, Carousel, The Rocky Horror Show Live, The Dance of the Vampires, Fiddler on the Roof). Some Enchanted Evening takes place on Saturday, September 22 at 6 p.m., at Inland Pacific Ballet located at 9061 Central Avenue, Montclair, 91763.

All proceeds benefit Inland Pacific Ballet’s 2018-2019 season of performances and educational outreach programs. If you are unable to attend, please consider making a tax-deductible donation.

“For the second year in a row, I’m honored to produce Some Enchanted Evening, a chic, festive fundraising event to benefit Inland Pacific Ballet,” exclaims Sharp. “This year we are thrilled to have as our special guest from the Broadway stage, Patrick Cassidy. Patrick and I along with members of the Ballet Company have put together a fabulous, fun show with songs like Pure Imagination from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Agony from Into the Woods, Lily’s Eyes from The Secret Garden, Cell Block Tango from Chicago, and more. This is a chance to experience the true caliber of Broadway up close in an intimate setting, while supporting our talented Inland Empire dance community.”

Some Enchanted Evening tickets are $95 per person; $500 for a group of 6; and $50 for children and teens 10-17 years old accompanied by an adult. Space is limited; Chic cocktail attire is recommended and there is ample free parking. Tickets and additional information are available online at IPBallet.org or by calling IPB’s offices at (909) 482-1590.

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