Guests gather for Globe Gala

Partygoers turned out in force Saturday night for The Old Globe’s premier fundraising event, the Globe Gala. Featuring dining and dancing under the stars in the Copley Plaza, guests were also treated to an evening performance in the Old Globe Theatre, dining and dancing under the stars in The Old Globe’s Copley Plaza and silent and live auctions. The event netted just over $600,000 for the Globe’s education and artistic programs, according to Sandy Redman and Debbie Turner.

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