Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) is hosting its fourth annual Business and Arts Luncheon at the Radison Blu Downtown Minneapolis. The event will include a keynote speech by Ecolab’s Chairman of the Board and CEO, Doug Baker, a musical performance by CTC’s cast, and a conversation about access to the arts and its ability to build community and inspire future leaders. Previous keynote speakers have included Carlson Companies Chairman Marilyn Carlson Nelson, Best Buy’s Chairman and CEO Hubert Joly, and US Bank’s Vice Chairman of Technology and Operation’s Services, Jeff Von Gillern. To read about last year’s event, view this article.
What: Children’s Theatre Company’s 4th Annual Business and Arts Luncheon
When: May 29, 2018 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Where: Radison Blu Downtown Minneapolis, 3rd Floor Scandinavian Ballroom (33 South 7th Street)
Keynote speaker: Doug Baker, Ecolab Inc.’s chairman of the board and chief executive officer
Event Information/RSVP: childrenstheatre.org/businessarts and Peter Kaiser, Corporate Relations Manager at email@example.com or 612-872-5128 to purchase tables/tickets.
Children’s Theatre Company
2400 Third Ave S, Minneapolis
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Children’s Theatre Company (CTC) is the nation’s largest and most acclaimed theatre for young people and serves a multigenerational audience. It creates theatre experiences that educate, challenge, and inspire for nearly 275,000 people annually. CTC is the only theatre focused on young audiences to win the coveted Tony Award® for Outstanding Regional Theatre and is the only theatre in Minnesota to receive three Tony® nominations (for its production of A Year with Frog and Toad). CTC is committed to creating world class productions at the highest level and to developing new works, more than 200 to date, dramatically changing the canon of work for young audiences.
CTC’s engagement and learning programs annually serve more than 85,000 young people and their communities through Theatre Arts Training, student matinees, Neighborhood Bridges, and early childhood arts education programs. ACT One is CTC’s comprehensive platform for access, diversity, and inclusion in our audiences, programs, staff, and board that strives to ensure the theatre is a home for all people, all families, reflective of our community. childrenstheatre.org