2019 Theater Gala: "Ink" on Broadway

May 9, 2019 @ 8:00PM — 11:00PM

"Ink" On Broadway

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2019 Theater Gala: "Ink" on Broadway

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Two men. One paper. History in the printing.

It's 1969 London. The brash young Rupert Murdoch (Bertie Carvel) purchases a struggling paper, The Sun, and sets out to make it a must-read smash which will destroy – and ultimately horrify – the competition. He brings on rogue editor Larry Lamb (Jonny Lee Miller) who in turn recruits an unlikely team of underdog reporters. Together, they will go to any lengths for success and the race for the most ink is on! Inspired by real events and a recent hit in London's West End, James Graham's electrifying new play just opened on Broadway to rave reviews and sell-out audiences.

Join Canavan Foundation supporters for our 27th annual Theater Gala. We offer Friend seats at $325, Patron seats at $500 and Benefactor seats at $1,000. There is an optional dinner beforehand at the legendary Sardi's for $75 apiece, at which inimitable Broadway producer Joey Parnes, of Joey Parnes Productions, will interview a member of Ink's creative team. Even if you can't make it to the gala, we hope you'll consider a donation to support our vital work.

We have extended our deadline for ticket orders, but availability is limited. Please call 866-907-1847 to confirm availability before placing your order and to arrange delivery or pickup of your tickets.

Canavan Disease is one of more than 58 inherited, degenerative childhood diseases particularly prevalent among those with Ashkenazi Jewish ancestors from Central and Eastern Europe. The disease completely incapacitates its victims, both mentally and physically, and results in a shortened life span.The Canavan Foundation was founded in 1992 by the parents and friends of affected children. Its mission is to promote preconception carrier screening to consumer, medical, rabbinic and other professional communities, and to support medical research. Current efforts include a website with informational videos, comprehensive doctor, patient and synagogue education programs, and support for researchers undertaking a natural history study of the disease. For more information go to CanavanFoundation.org.