Tah dah! Million-dollar magic at The Old Globe Theatre gala in San Diego

Old Globe Artistic Director Barry Edelstein, Lead Underwriter Darlene Shiley and Old Globe Managing Director Michael G. Murphy

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Photo by Bob Ross.


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The Old Globe Theatre’s 2013 gala, “A Magical Evening,” netted more than $1 million for the theater’s artistic and educational activities. Co-chaired by Nina Doede and Sheryl White, the black-tie event was held on Sept. 21, 2013 on The Old Globe’s historic campus in Balboa Park, San Diego.

Lead underwriters for the evening were Audrey S. Geisel and Darlene Marcos Shiley.

Other major donors included Debra Turner and Conrad Prebys, along with Sheryl and Harvey White, Nina and Robert Doede, Vicki and Carl Zeiger, Mary Beth Adderley, Pam Wagner, Valerie and Harry Cooper, Gillian and Tony Thornley, Pam Farr, Elaine and Dave Darwin, Joan and Irwin Jacobs and Laurie Mitchell and Brent Woods, with many other guests making generous gifts.

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