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J LIVE AT THE GORDON

Saturday, March 3, 2018 at 7:30 pm

Featuring Jonah Platt and Band Broadway Musical Revue

Jonah Platt is a multi-platform creator and performer, working across many different aspects of the entertainment industry. In addition, Jonah comes with a nationally-acclaimed pedigree and a strong connection to Baltimore (his father, film and Broadway producer Marc Platt, grew up in Pikesville and his brother, Ben is now appearing in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway). Jonah weaves anecdotes of “growing up Platt” into his performance.

ACTOR
Fiyero on Broadway in WICKED • Woof in HAIR at the Hollywood Bowl • TV guest appearances on THE OFFICE and PARENTHOOD

MUSICIAN
Stage appearances at New York’s Carnegie Hall • Philadelphia’s Trocadero, Palestra, and Wells Fargo Center • LA’s Catalina Jazz Club, Roxy, Whisky A-Go-Go, and Troubadour

WRITER
Fox’s FAMILY GUY • NBC’s PARKS AND RECREATION • Cartoon Network’s ANNOYING ORANGE

Reception*, Open Bar, Live Auction and raffles and JONAH PLATT on stage at the Gordon Center

Event to benefit need-based scholarships for JCC children, teens, and families.

7:30pm Pre-Show Reception | 8:30pm Program and Performance

VIP Admission: $180 (premium seating)
General Admission: $75 in advance ($100 at the door)

In addition to our LIVE auction, we also have raffle items including restaurant gift cards, JCC fitness and membership packages, and more. Raffle tickets are only $10 each or 3 for $25.

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*Light Fare | dietary laws observed

Parents, treat yourself to a Saturday night out at J Live at the Gordon and give your kids a special treat at the same time—J Kids Takeover. Sign up online at jcc.org/kidstakeover.

For sponsorship opportunities contact Esther Greenberg at 410.559.3545 or email egreenberg@jcc.org.

Thank you to our event sponsors:

The Associated
Acme Paper
Ashland Auction Group
Breakthru Beverage Maryland
Defender One Security
Innovative Party Planners
Lifebridge Health
Union Craft Brewing

Event Chairs: Zhanna Maydanich and Keith Shapiro