Friday May 20, 2022
6:00 - 7:30pm
Festive Libations, Silent Auction, and Dinner-by-the-Bite throughout the Otto M. Budig Theater
7:30 - 8:00pm
Seated Pre-show Remarks
8:00 - 10:30pm
Benefit Performance of Pride and Prejudice
Featuring a Dessert Intermission provided by Nothing Bundt Cakes Cincinnati
Champagne Toast and Sweet Surprises
Individual Tickets start at $250
-Valet parking service
-Festive libations and dinner-by-the-bite
-Tickets to "Pride and Prejudice"
-Dessert and champagne toast
Please RSVP by Tuesday, May 10 to RSVP@cincyshakes.com
Our Guest Concierge will follow up with you to discuss additional details
Black Tie Optional
Darnell Pierre Benjamin*
Mr. Collins/Wickham/Miss Bingley
*Appearing through an Agreement between this theatre, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, and Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States
How much are tickets?
Individual tickets start at $250, a portion of which will be recognized as a tax-deductible donation to Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
What is included with my ticket?
Your evening will include complimentary valet, festive libations and dinner-by-the-bite throughout the Otto M. Budig Theater, tickets to the opening night performance of “Pride and Prejudice,” dessert, and other surprises throughout the evening.
Can I buy a table?
Unlike other galas you might have attended, there are no traditional “tables.” Dinner will be served throughout the theater and the entertainment portion of the evening will be a performance of “Pride and Prejudice.”
Can I bring a group?
Yes! If you are interested in sponsoring the event, either through your company or as a Community Host, please contact Sara Clark at email@example.com. Your entire party will be seated together inside the theater.
What should I wear?
Revel and Regency is Black Tie Optional.
What are your health and safety requirements?
Audiences members are longer required to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to attend performances at Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, and the wearing of masks will be encouraged, but optional.
As pandemic conditions evolve, we continue to closely monitor the situation and modify our COVID-19 health and safety plan appropriately. The protocols outlined here are subject to change based on new recommendations from the CDC, the State of Ohio, the Hamilton County Department or the City of Cincinnati. We will send the most up-to-date protocols in an email closer to the event. Learn more on our Health and Safety Updates page.
Questions: Please contact our Development Team online here with questions.
REVEL, Cincinnati Shakespeare Company’s annual Spring soirée, supports CSC and the programming we carry out all year long. This year, REVEL celebrates the strength and determination throughout the Company’s Grand Re-Opening Season. Despite the challenges of the past two years, and those certainly still ahead of us, we remain hopeful for a brighter future for Cincinnati Shakespeare Company.
Though we don’t yet know what the future holds, we do know that we will continue to bring Shakespeare and the Classics to life for all. Thank you for supporting our mission through our period of closure. Your philanthropic made (and continues to make) our Grand Re-Opening Season possible – and safe for everyone.
Tonight we celebrate all we have accomplished!
Revel and Regency is generously presented by:
Judge Mark and Sue Ann Painter
Vicky and Rick Reynolds
Rosemary and Mark Schlachter
1919 Investment Counsel
Dessert Intermission provided by:
Design services provided by:
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Board of Trustees
(as of April 1, 2022)
George Yund, President; Rosemary Schlachter, Vice President; Scott Bischoff, Treasurer; Patrick Points, Secretary
Maureen Bickley, Otto M. Budig Jr., Tim Cagle, Kimberly Doebereiner, Kelley Downing, Susan Esler, Dan Fales, Angie Fischer, Sarah Graber, Haleigh Hopkins, Kevin Howard, Myron Hughes, Todd James, Steve Kane, Marcene Kinney, Jean Lauterbach , Neha Matta, Travis McElroy, Maggie A. Muething, Christopher Nare, Niamh O’Leary, Judge Mark Painter (emeritus), Vicky Reynolds (emeritus), Marc Rubin (emeritus), Rosemary Schlachter, Rich Schultz, Stephanie A. Smith, Mark Stepaniak, Steven P. Sullivan, Jennifer Suttles, Don Tecklenburg (emeritus), Dick Westheimer (emeritus), Jay Woffington
One of the single most cherished stories of all time returns to the CSC stage in a fresh and funky new adaptation which critics are calling “delightfully different,” “fizzy and festive,” and “unlike any adaptation of Jane Austen one has seen before.” Sweepingly romantic, with a good dose of the tongue-in-cheek, Pride and Prejudice follows the love stories of the Bennet sisters, as they find that the path to true love can lead to the most unexpected of places.
Learn more about the production online here