The St. George Theatre will present our first-ever Ring in the Spring Virtual Gala on Sunday, April 25 at 7PM!  This exciting fundraiser will celebrate the community anchor that is the historic St. George Theatre in a number of ways:

  • Virtual Gala Video Presentation – A one-hour special that will feature a red carpet segment, a sneak peek at the latest renovation projects, and video messages from special star guests along with a musical performance.  This virtual event is produced by Fuzz on the Lens Productions and will broadcast live on Facebook, YouTube, and our official website.
  • Online Auction – Patrons will have the opportunity to bid on rare and unique items while supporting the St. George Theatre, including autographed memorabilia, concert posters, original mezzanine theatre seats, and the classic neon “St. George” that adorned our marquee since the 1980s.
  • Electronic Journal – Sponsors and gala supporters will be recognized in a commemorative electronic journal which will be shared across social media channels, via email to over 60,000 patrons, and displayed on our website for one year.
  • “Sneak Peek” Private Theatre Tours – Gala supporters who donate $250 or more will have the chance to tour the beautiful new renovations made to the theatre, which will enhance both the fan and artist experience upon our grand reopening.  Private tours will be scheduled the week of leading up to the gala (April 19-23).

Sponsors and guests who previously supported our Red Carpet Gala and Benefit Concert starring Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons will be invited to attend the Ring in the Spring Virtual Gala on April 25th.  Tickets for the Frankie Valli concert will be honored on Friday, October 22 at 8pm for a concert-only live experience.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Vincent Innocente, Marketing/Audience Services Manager at vinnocente@sgtr.org or 929-378-4505.  To reserve your spot for the gala, click here:

RSVP HERE

2019 Gala Highlights

The St. George Theatre celebrated its 89th anniversary on Saturday, March 30, 2019 with the annual Red Carpet Gala and Benefit Concert starring The O’Jays. The event featured a pre-show cocktail reception, awards presentation, concert, and after-party. Honored for his service to the St. George Theatre and the Staten Island community was John Demolas, executive director of the Staten Island University Hospital Foundation / Northwell Health. Proceeds from the evening are to benefit St. George Theatre Restoration Inc, the non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the historic St. George Theatre.

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2018 Gala Highlights

The St. George Theatre celebrated its 88th anniversary on Saturday, March 24, 2018 with the annual Red Carpet Gala and Benefit Concert starring Michael McDonald. The event featured a pre-show cocktail reception, awards presentation, concert, and after-party. Honored for their service to Staten Island were two distinguished couples who have made great contributions to both the St. George Theatre and the Staten Island community: Frank & Jessica Dillon of Hanley Funeral Home, and Dr. Thomas & Maria Petrone of Petrone Associates. Proceeds from the evening are to benefit St. George Theatre Restoration Inc, the non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the historic St. George Theatre.

Press Links:

http://www.silive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2018/03/st_george_theatre_celebrates_8.html

http://www.silive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2018/03/michael_mcdonald_headlines_st.html

2017 Gala Highlights

The St. George Theatre celebrated its 87th anniversary on Sunday, February 26, 2017 with the annual Red Carpet Gala and Benefit Concert starring Huey Lewis & The News. The event featured a pre-show cocktail reception, awards presentation, concert, and after-party. Honored for their service to Staten Island were two distinguished award recipients: David Barry of Urby / Ironstate Development, and the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Special opening act was John Castellano and Richie Castellano. Proceeds from the evening are to benefit St. George Theatre Restoration Inc, the non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the historic St. George Theatre.

Press Links:

http://www.silive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/02/post_76.html

http://blog.silive.com/gracelyns_chronicles/2017/03/co-founders_of_st_george_theat.html

https://themusicuniverse.com/huey-lewis-rocks-st-george-theater/