Date: September 23, 2017
Time: 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Place Temple of Music and Art



$250 / ticket




Lynne Wood Dusenberry
Susan Plimpton Segal
Kevin Gebert
Mary Hamway
Robert Taylor
Jeffrey Gold
Cameron Artigue
Michael Flatt
Jay Glaser
Jeff Guldner
Pam Hait
Liz Hernandez
Priscilla Marquez
Sandra Maxfield
Joseph Mollica
Keith Murfee-DeConcini
Linda “Mac” Perlich



Elizabeth Murfee DeConcini
Jennifer Hecker DuVal
Norma Feldman
Barbara DuVal Fenster



Anne Allgood
Paige Davis
Gail Giclas
Laurie Kaye Glaser
Denise Grusin
Eric Polani Jensen
Marsha Mason
Keith Murfee-DeConcini
Randal Myler
Cita Scott
Patti Norville Spector
Danielle DeConcini Thu
Peter Van Norden



Carley Elizabeth Preston
Individual Gifts Officer
(520) 884-8210 x 7304


After a record-breaking 50th Anniversary Season, Arizona Theatre Company will celebrate our next act at our 2017 Gala, an evening filled with entertainment, food, music, and dancing! Join us on September 23, 2017, at the Temple of Music and Art as we honor three of our founding board members – Dino DeConcini, Stanley Feldman, and Carol DuVal Whiteman – and their audacious dream of creating a fully professional theatre company in Arizona. It’ll be a great night: an exciting performance, dining, and dancing under the stars – a Tucson event not to be missed!

Fall Gala 2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

Deadline for Event Journal: August 21, 2017

Executive Producer: $50,000

  • Four (4) tables for ten (10) in a preferred location;
  • One (1) full-page ad in event journal;
  • VIP seating in theatre;
  • Eight (8) tickets for each of the remaining productions during the 17/18 season.

Producer: $25,000

  • Two (tables) for ten (10) in a preferred location;
  • One (1) full-page ad in event journal;
  • VIP seating in theatre;
  • Four (4) tickets for each of the remaining productions during the 17/18 season.

Benefactor: $15,000

  • One(1) table for ten (10) in a preferred location;
  • One(1) full-page ad in event journal;
  • VIP seating in theatre;
  • Two (2) tickets for each of the remaining productions during the 17/18 season.

Playwright: $10,000

  • One (1) table for ten (10);
  • One (1) half-page ad in event journal;
  • VIP seating in theatre.

Director: $5,000

  • One (1) table for ten (10);
  • One (1) quarter-page ad in event journal;
  • VIP seating in theatre.

Patron (Table Host): $2,500

  • One (1) table for ten (10).

If you are unable to attend, please consider buying an ad honoring Dino DiConcini, Stanley Feldman, or Carol DuVal Whiteman, our 2017 Georgy Award Recipients:

FULL-PAGE 5″ x 8″ $1,000
HALF-PAGE 5″ x 3.875″ $500
QUARTER-PAGE 2.25″ x 3.785″ $250

Click here to download the Sponsorship Form!

For more information about the event, contact:
Carley Elizabeth Preston
(520) 884-8210 x7304




Patrick Page

Patrick Page has starred in a dozen Broadway shows including the title role in Casa Valentina, Rufus Buckley in A Time to Kill, the Green Goblin in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark, Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons, the Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Scar in the Lion King. Other New York credits include the title role in Cymbeline for the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park, Max in The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall, and Scrooge in A Christmas Carol at Madison Square Garden. Mr. Page is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe Theater, where his roles include Cyrano De Bergerac and Malvolio in Twelfth Night, and an Affiliated Artist with The Shakespeare Theater Company in DC, where roles include Prospero, Coriolanus, Macbeth, and Iago.

Mr. Page’s other regional credits span twenty-five years, beginning with six years as leading actor for The Utah Shakespeare Festival and the title role in the world premiere of Steven Dietz’s Dracula, directed by David Ira Goldstein at Arizona Theatre Company. He has played leading roles at The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, La Jolla Playhouse, The Papermill Playhouse, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theater, Pioneer Theater Company, ACT, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, and Cincinnati Playhouse, among many others. He has played many of Shakespeare’s leading roles including Hamlet, Henry V, Macbeth, Iago, Coriolanus, Cymbeline, Mercutio, Benedick, Oberon, Richard III, Autolycus, Jaques, Talbot, Marc Antony, Brutus, Richard II, and many more.

Mr. Page’s television credits include Madame Secretary, Chicago PDThe Good Wife, Elementary, Flesh and Bone, Law and Order SVU, and many others.

Mr. Page is married to actress and TV host Paige Davis (Trading Spaces). They live in New York City.



Dino DeConcini, Stanley Feldman, Carol DuVal Whiteman

ATC Founding Board Members.