On Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 6:30pm New York Theatre Workshop hosted a special performance of OTHELLO. Proceeds from the evening went to benefit NYTW’s education and engagement programming across the 2016/17 season, providing thousands of students, teens, artists, and local residents access to some of the most exciting new voices and leading theatre artists of our time.

Funds raised from this one-night benefit performance support New York Theatre Workshop’s education and engagement initiatives including Learning Workshop, a multi-disciplinary in-school arts education program serving 1,500 students each year; CheapTix, a subsidized ticket program that provides access to students, seniors, artists and members of our local community; and Mind the Gap, a free program that brings together teens and elders to share their stories and write plays inspired by each other’s lives.

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All tickets to the benefit performance included a tax-deductible contribution. At the $1,500 level, goods and services are valued at $225. At the $2,500 level, goods and services are valued at $500.