Prepare for night of fun, socializing, and theatre at our Annual Fundraiser “A Night of Glenbrook Theatre”. This year GBS and GBN students will be performing Cinderella. Enjoy a full-course dinner at the school with friends, families, and D225 administrators. This year our guest speaker will be Judy Moe, Former Head of the Glenbrook North Music Department and Choir director.
A Night of Glenbrook Theatre – Cinderella
Date: Saturday, May 2, 2020
4:30pm – “Mocktail” Hour
5pm – Dinner/Guest Speaker/Raffle
7pm – Cinderella Show
Location: Glenbrook North High School Cafeteria (Dinner) and Seely Center for the Performing Arts (Cinderella Show)
Get the best tickets in the house! A front section of Cinderella theatre tickets have been reserved for attendees of the dinner event. Tickets are on sale now! All are welcome to join in this fun event!
We are currently looking for sponsors for our event. Benefits of sponsorship include:
– Company logo or name printed in musical playbill which goes to 6000 theatre attendees
– Your Company logo or name added to our website and social media sites
– Your Company logo or name included in signage at the event
– Your Company logo or name included in various press and marketing materials
– and much more! Contact us for details on our sponsorship packages!
We are seeking donations for our event raffle. If you have sporting event tickets, overnight stays, or other items please consider donating them to our event raffle.
Contact Jennifer Havill at email@example.com to donate items or for sponsorship information.
Guest of Honor
Judy Moe, Former Head of Glenbrook North Music Department and Choral Director
Before retiring in June 2007, Mrs. Moe was the head of the music department and served as a choral director at Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook, Illinois for 34 years. Currently she is an adjunct professor of music education at the Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University and also teaches voice at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights.
After attending Valparaiso University in Indiana, Mrs. Moe went on to receive a Bachelors Degree in Voice and Music Education and also a Masters Degree in voice from Roosevelt University.
Her skills as an educator and singer are evident in the many awards and honors that she has received. Mrs. Moe is the 2011 recipient of the Illinois American Choral Director’s Association Harold Decker Award for excellence in and contribution to choral music in the state of Illinois. Other awards include the prestigious Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Mary Hoffman Award for Excellence in Teaching awarded by the Illinois Music Educators Association, the Paul Harris Fellow from the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, and the first Outstanding Alumni Award in 2003 from Luther North High School. Mrs. Moe was twice awarded the Outstanding Service Award at Glenbrook North High School. She has been invited on many occasions to work as a clinician and guest director for various festivals including Guest Director for the Illinois Music Educator’s All-State Choir, the Illinois American Choral Directors Association Honor Choir and numerous district festivals throughout the Midwest.
All proceeds for the event will go to the Glenbrook High School Foundation. The Foundation provides grants to D225 administrators and teachers and need-based scholarships to students throughout the year.