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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Donka Opening Night Party at Building 92

At the opening night of Donka: A Letter to Chekhov, BAM's young donors, and the company, were celebrated (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Last night BAM celebrated BAMfans and Generation Advance, our two donor groups in their 20s and 30s at the Opening Night Party for Donka: A Letter to Chekhov. BAM patrons at the Producers Council Level were also invited to join the fun. The party took place at Building 92, a new arts center and event space just north of BAM in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Click here to see more pictures from the evening on the event's Web Album!

The evening began at the opening night of Donka: A Letter to Chekhov, a wondrous piece by internationally renowned circus artist Daniele Finzi Pasca, inspired by the life and works of Anton Chekhov. After the show guests were brought to BLDG 92 in the Brooklyn Navy yard and up to the event space which featured a terrace with views overlooking the Navy Yard and Manhattan.

The party featured catering by Parker Red, and a specialty cocktail by Brooklyn Gin. Decor artist Fleurs Bella transformed the event into fall-swept wonderland.

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The company of Donka: A Letter  to Chekhov in the entry hall of Building 92, with the 22,500 lb bow anchor of the USS Austin that once harbored in the Brooklyn Navy Yard (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Daniele Finzi Pasca, writer and director of Donka, spoke at the event (Photo: Elena Olivo)
Party guests enjoyed the rooftop terrace overlooking the Navy Yard with views of Manhattan (Photo: Elena Olivo)
 (Photo: Elena Olivo)
(Photo: Elena Olivo)

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