Showing posts from January, 2015

The Public Theater Extends World Premiere Musical Hamilton To Sunday, April 5

New Initiative “Hamilton for a Hamilton” Lottery Announced January 14, 2015 – The Public Theater (Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis; Executive Director, Patrick Willingham) announced a second extension today for the world premiere musical HAMILTON , beginning previews on Tuesday, January 20 in The Public’s Newman Theater. Inspired by the book “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow , with book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda and directed by Thomas Kail , HAMILTON will now run through Sunday, April 5 with an official press opening on Tuesday, February 17. Free tickets to the first preview on Tuesday, January 20 will be available via TodayTix mobile lottery, launching today. Winners will be notified by email and push notifications between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. on the day of the first preview. Winners must confirm their winning tickets in the TodayTix app within one hour of being notified. A limited number of tickets will also be distributed, beginning at 12:00 p.m.,

BOLD and Clear Space

NGLCCNY new members BOLD and Clear Space have a lot to offer it's clients.  Please take a look and get to know them more.  At BOLD we know that the personality of an environment is born in the concept phase. Lighting is integral to the form and the function of a space, which is why design for us and our clients begins with comprehensive research, agreed-upon goals, and unique ideas.  We are an award winning lighting design firm based in New York City with projects worldwide. Our team's extensive experience covers, but is not limited to lighting design for the following: Art Galleries and Exhibit Spaces, Building Exteriors and Facades, Corporate Offices, Gardens, Landscapes and Parks, Hotels and Resorts, Museums, Residences, Retail Stores, and Theater. Some of our specialties include custom fixture design, dimming control system design and integration and energy conservation including designing with LEED guidelines.  For inquiry contact us by clicking here .

NGLCCNY: Transition and Expansion of Committee Leaders

Dear NGLCCNY Members, We are so excited about the transition and expansion of leaders on our volunteer Executive Committee and Industry Council.  It is with great pleasure that we welcome new committee chairs Phyllis Mehalakes, Rob Finkelstein, Brian Pasalich and Shameek Bose to their respective committees of Ambassadors, Supplier Diversity, Financial Services Industry Council and Social Impact Industry Council.  In addition, we are honored to have David Ricciardi moving from our Supplier Diversity Committee to chair the newly created Corporate Engagement Committee.  Please learn more about these incredible leaders in their bio and committee descriptions outlined below. Phyllis Mehalakes Ambassadors Chair Phyllis Mehalakes is an Associate Broker and Relocation Specialist with Douglas Elliman Real Estate with 14 years of experience.   Phyllis has works with sellers, buyers and investors in the sale and purchase of condominium and cooperative apartments, multifamily and si

January's Non-Profit Spotlight: The National LGBTQ Task Force

The NationalLGBTQ Task Force is the leading progressive social justice organization that works to buil d power, take action and create change to achieve freedom and justice for LGBTQ people and their families. The Task Force is building a future where everyone is free to be themselves in every aspect of their lives. Today, despite all the progress we’ve made to end discrimination, millions of LGBTQ people face barriers in every aspect of their lives: in housing, employment, healthcare, retirement, and basic human rights. In 2015, we’re working to change that, by: Passing a federal Employment Non-Discrimination Act: it’s time for ALL Americans to be able to be open about who they are and who they love, no matter where they work or where they live. Ending violence against trans folks: This year alone, 12 trans folks were victims of deadly hate crimes. Trans people continue to be violently attacked and murdered, simply because of who they are. One homicide is too many,