Actress & Entertainer Angela Lansbury To Receive 2014 Rolex Dance Award
Actress and performer Angela Lansbury is set to get the 2014 Rolex Dance Award. The honor will be introduced to her at the Rolex “New York New York New York, a Helluva Town – Career Transition for Dancers’ 29th Anniversary Jubilee.”
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According to Stewart Wicht, President and CEO of Rolex Watch USA, “we are regarded to introduce the 2014 Rolex Dance Award to Angela Lansbury, Career Transition for Dancers’ Honorary Chairwoman and unbelievable star of theater, film, and TV.” Lansbury is similarly amped up for the honor, expressing that “I am both excited and lowered to be the beneficiary of the current year’s Rolex Dance Award, and I need to thank everybody at ROLEX for this honor which I will consistently cherish.”
It is nothing unexpected the Lansbury has won the honor. With a career traversing the greater part a century, Lansbury has won 5 Tony Awards and was the star of “Homicide, She Wrote,” the longest running analyst dramatization in TV history.
The grant will be introduced on Monday, October 6, 2014 at 7:00pm at the New York City Center, trailed by a supper at The Grand Ballroom at the Hilton New York. The occasion “New York New York New York, a Helluva Town – Career Transition for Dancers’ 29th Anniversary Jubilee” will take the participants on a “ride” through New York City, introducing it as the famous diversion capital it is. Called the craftsmanship “occasion of the period,” the display includes the best ability in theater and dance performing, including the American Ballet Theater, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Industrial Rhythm, alongside the Jubilee Orchestra. The show is delivered and coordinated by Ann Marie DeAngelo. The host still can’t seem to be announced.
Career Transition For Dancers 25th Anniversary Silver Jubilee
Founded in 1985, the Career Transition for Dancers empowers dancers to characterize their career prospects and create abilities important to dominate in post-execution callings. For those wishing to go to the occasion, benefactor tickets are $600, $750 and $1,200 each. Tables for 10 are $7,500, $12,000 & $15,000. They incorporate premium execution seating, post-execution ‘Dinner with the Stars,’ moving and a live auction.
Rolex has seen many popular awardees in its long support of the Career Transition for Dancers’. In 2013, for instance, the honor was introduced to Ann-Margret, double cross Academy Award Nominee, victor of 5 Golden Globes, and an Emmy Award champ and Grammy Nominee. Rolex, ever the pointer of value and unrivaled ability, it is nothing unexpected they offer such an honor to a particularly wide assortment of accomplished artists.