Just as the Auditorium Theatre offers spectacular performances throughout the year, we also regularly host unforgettable galas, dinner parties, and meet the artist receptions especially for generous people like yourself who adore the Auditorium Theatre and want to support and celebrate our mission-driven work.
In recent seasons, guests and donors have enjoyed fundraising events such as the Annual Fall Gala, Game Day FUNdraiser, the Friends of Too Hot dinner with the stars, and the Ailey Circle private reception with Artistic Director Robert Battle, among others. In addition, the Auditorium Auxiliary Board also hosts several fundraiser events each season including Devil’s Ball and Trivia Night.
All fundraising event proceeds benefit the Auditorium Theatre and its mission to present the finest in international, cultural, community and educational programming to Chicago and to the continued restoration and preservation of the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Theatre.
For more information about Fundraising Events at the Auditorium Theatre, or to make a gift by phone, please call 312.341.2364.
SHHH…IT’S TRIVIA NIGHT!
February 23, 2018 @ 6:30PM
For the fifth year, the Auditorium Theatre Auxiliary Board welcomes guests into the historic stacks of the Murray-Green Library to participate in its annual trivia fundraiser supporting Hearts to Art, a performing arts camp for children who have experienced the death of a parent. Raise a glass, grab a bite, and test your knowledge — the librarian’s rules won’t apply! Prizes awarded to winning teams!
Murray-Green Library at Roosevelt University
430 S Michigan Ave
Can’t attend the event?
You can still support the life-changing efforts of Hearts to Art by donating today. Help us celebrate the healing power of creative play!
SAVE THE DATE FOR DEVIL’S BALL
The Auxiliary Board’s annual Devil’s Ball is taking center stage this summer on Saturday, June 23, 2018. Inspired by the book The Devil in the White City, this year’s event will include cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music, and dancing — all on the stage of the Auditorium Theatre. All proceeds from the event go toward the preservation of this National Historic Landmark and its educational outreach efforts.