A Toast to Dear Old Penn: Live from Carnegie Hall
Seats Now Available!
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We ask that you please purchase the ticket that describes you best. We want to make sure actual students and actual young alumnae are able to purchase the lower priced tickets. Carnegie Hall is a very special show venue. We hope you understand. Thank you.
Platt Student Performing Arts House is thrilled to announce A Toast to Dear Old Penn: Live from Carnegie Hall. This student showcase returns in December after an overwhelming response from the Penn community last year.
On Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 7:30pm, eight premier Penn student performing arts groups: Bloomers, Counterparts, Penn Glee Club, The Inspiration, Mask and Wig, Pan-Asian Dance Troupe, Penn Singers, and Strictly Funk will take the stage at the Zankel Hall at Carnegie for another evening of song, dance, and comedy. You'll have the opportunity to enjoy a diverse offering of the best of Penn onstage, catch up with old friends, and support Penn's performing arts community, all in one extraordinary evening at one historic venue.
General admission tickets for this event available now! Click here to purchase on the Carnegie Hall website.
VIP Tickets are also available! Click here to purchase VIP seating.
We look forward to seeing you in New York City as we celebrate the talented community of Penn student performing arts!
Presenting Sponsor: Penn Performing Arts Regional Council of New York
Join your fellow Quakers for a post-show celebration in honor of our performers, friends, and alumnae! Raise a glass with us at Tanner Smith's, conveniently located around the corner from Carnegie Hall. Follow this link for tickets: After Party Celebration
Joining us from out of town? We have secured a limited block of rooms at a special rate at the nearby Dream Hotel Midtown, 210 West 55th Street. Use the following link to make reservations under our group code: Dream Hotel Reservations
Thank you to our Partners:
Platt House Advisory Council Event Planning Committee
The Penn Performing Arts Initiative - Penn PARC NYC
Amalia Delicari, C'95
Karen Greve Milton, C'78
The Student Arts League of New York