Join us for this festive party in support of the Atlas Performing Arts Center!
Atlas Performing Arts Center is celebrating our 2019 Gala on Thursday, October 3, 2019, from 7 PM – 11 PM.
Join us for an unforgettable night of fun, festivities, live music, dancing, delicious food and specialty drinks. Musical guests include DC’s own Aztec Sun, A-Squad Entertainment, and Matthew Mills.
Cocktail Hour 7:00 PM | Dinner & Dancing 8:00 PM
Dress code for the event is Cocktail Attire.
We can’t wait to see you on October 3!
Gala Host Committee Chair, Henry Fonvielle, President, Rappaport
Reggie Black, Founder and Owner, Mehari Sequar Gallery
Brad Blower, VP, American Express
Michael Blum, Principal, Insight Property Group, LLC
Thomas Boisvert, Owner, Pursuit Wine Bar
Dorsey Breslin, Business Development Manager, Nixon Peabody LLP
Erik Bruner Yang, Chef and Owner, Maketto, Brothers and Sisters, Spoken English
Olivier Caillabet, General Manager, Toki Underground
Alan Chargin, Community Relations, Fulcrum Properties Group
Andrew Cohn, CEO, Liberty Group Holdings, Lustine Realty Group
Kathleen Davis, Owner, Pursuit Wine Bar
Andrianna Dunbar, Director of Operations, Democracy Forward
Zach Elcano, Leasing Representative, Rappaport
Desiree Venn Frederic, Owner, The First Floor and Combing Cotton Co.
Nick Giannotti, President, New Columbia Solar
Philip Holmes, Attorney
Suzie Howell, Community Director, WeWork
Susan Huhta, Attorney, Outten & Golden
Eric Jaffe, Financial Advisor, Mosaic Wealth Partners
Cari Keniston, Comedian, Writer, Bartender at Thamee
Silvan Kraemer, General Manager, Stable D.C.
James Murphy, Development Manager, MRP Realty
Brandon Myers, Regulatory Counsel, Uber Technologies, Inc.
Pascale-Emmanuelle Nouama, Director of Development, Atlas Performing Arts Center
Craig Pascal & Victor Shargai, Vice President for Community Development, BB&T; Theatre Advocate
Skye Perryman, Deputy General Counsel, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Michael Rankin, Real Estate Executive, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty
Donna Rattley-Washington, Regional Vice President of Government & Regulatory Affairs, Comcast Communications
Andrew Simpson, Director of the Stage Music Program and Ordinary Professor, Catholic University
Wendy Wasserman, Communications Director, Appalachian Regional Commission
Albert Wu, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones
Douglas E. Yeuell, Executive Director, Atlas Performing Arts Center
80 years ago, the Atlas made its grand debut on H Street offering a dynamic new destination for art and entertainment in the nation’s capital. 50 years ago, following the 1968 riots, the Atlas still stood as a monument of hope in a vibrant community, beckoning a renaissance destined in our future. Today, the Atlas celebrates its rich and honorable past as it embraces the promising years ahead – a landmark destination for performing arts and cultural connection.
Join us for this unique and remarkable celebration and support the Atlas Performing Arts Center! Entertainment includes DC’s own The JoGo Project, and cellist virtuoso, Benjamin Gates. The party won’t stop until late night DJs from A-Squad Entertainment say so. That’s how we’re partying with a purpose on this historic anniversary.