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Wooster Group Spring
Benefit Dinner
632 On Hudson
April 29, 2014

Photo Credits: © 2014 Manhattan Society.com by Gregory Partanio

Opposite Photo: Karen Lashinsky & Buck Henry

 


The Wooster Group celebrated their spring benefit dinner on Tuesday, April 29th at 632 on Hudson (632 Hudson Street), New York City. The benefit’s hosts were Steve Buscemi, Buck Henry, Frances McDormand, Mike Nichols, Lorne Michaels, and Maura Tierney. Karen Lashinsky’s magical event space hosted cocktails and entertainment which began at 6:00 pm. Maura Tierney had benefit guests laughing as she pretended to interview Buck Henry using an old TV interview then she edited some of his most memorable TV and film clips into the parody.


Maura Tierney, Steve Buscemi and Frances McDormand

The one hundred dinner guests were surrounded by white flowers and greenery, giving the evening a truly spring feel. Guests enjoyed dinner by Chef Odette Fada; the menu included: Soft egg yolk-filled ravioli in truffle butter and wild sea bass with spring vegetables in red wine sauce.


Mike Nichols and Buck Henry

During dinner benefit hosts Steve Buscemi & Mike Nichols gave impromptu speeches.

The event’s Leadership Committee was: George Ahl, Lauren Bacall, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Molly Davies, Anthony Edwards & Jeanine Lobell, Oskar Eustis, Susan Feldman, Colin Heywood & Joseph Evangelisti, Ada & Alex Katzmm Christine Larsen & Vincent Dopulos, Ann and Denis Leary. Robert Longo, Diane and Adam Max, Caherine Orentreich, Judy and Tony Persichilli, Radical Media, Bruce Rayvid, The Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative, Monica and Philip Rosenthal, Willard Taylor and Gus Van Sant.

About The Wooster Group: The Wooster Group is a company of artists who make work for theater, dance, and media. We are based in New York City at The Performing Garage at 33 Wooster Street, where we develop and perform our work. We also perform our work at larger theaters in New York (Baryshnikov Arts Center, St. Ann's Warehouse, the Public Theater).

 


 

 

 

 


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