I’ve been a big fan of hers for many years, so it was a privilege to be a part of this fantastic little fundraiser last weekend.
Congrats to the Seaport staff that made this happen.
Had I known as a freshman in college (listening to the Dresden Dolls’ self-titled album excessively on repeat) that I’d someday escort Amanda to her green room and make small talk with her husband (Neil Gaiman) and step-daughter, I probably would have never believed it. Thanks, New York. You’re still pulling through for me time and time again.
Side note: She is a really fantastic human. Down to earth, fun, an engaging performer, and was very courteous to all of the staff at the Museum.
This is it. If you call the number to order tickets and mention my name, you’ll get a special discount.
Come on people - 3 hour open bar, dancing, exhibitions open, neat lighting (donated by Stortz Lighting), dessert from Baked by Melissa, and most of all: the feeling of doing good (while dancing the night away and celebrating my last event at MCNY!).
Please join me in saying goodbye.
After party details to follow for those that actually come through. . ;)