Soon to be named the newest member of the Alley Theatre board of directors, Mark Seavers, owner of Seavers Landscape, hosted a special dinner in one of the theater’s newly remodeled private reception rooms on Saturday evening, June 18. Seavers’ guests, friends and associates were treated to the VIP treatment, meeting Alley Theatre Executive Director Dean Gladden before enjoying ‘Born Yesterday’ on the Alley’s new stage. After the performance, guests were able to mix and mingle with cast members and other Alley Theatre contributors and members of the business management team.
“I’ve been involved as a donor and patron of the Alley Theatre for the past few years, and I wanted to share this tremendous Houston gem with several friends and colleagues who appreciate and support the local arts,” said Seavers.
The Alley Theatre is a nationally recognized performing arts company and one of America’s leading non-profit theaters. As a recipient of the Special Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, it comes as no surprise that the Alley has brought productions to Broadway, 40 American cities and internationally throughout its 69-year history. In the 2014-2015 season, the Alley theatre continued to impress by undergoing a $46.5 million building renovation, which included the first major improvements since the building opened in 1968. Visit the Alley’s website at www.alleytheatre.org to learn more about upcoming performances and donor opportunities.
Over the past 20 years, Seavers Landscape has successfully planned and managed nationally recognized and award-winning projects within the greater Houston, Texas area, as well as, Louisiana and several other states. This exceptional landscaping company possesses a fortune of horticulture, landscaping and design knowledge that has inspired creative environment solutions for both residential and commercial clients. Seavers is currently working with various clients on exciting projects incorporating many aspects of sound, harmonious & practical design. Learn more at www.SeaversLandscape.com.