Gordon Center To Debut Updated Grand Lobby At Fifth Annual J Live Event
OWINGS MILLS - The Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Owings Mill’s premier performance venue, will debut its updated grand lobby on Thursday, March 30, at the fifth annual J Live event.
The renovation is the 550-seat center’s first major update since its opening in 1995. The Gordon Center is one of Baltimore County’s leading arts venues and is home to the Jewish Community Center (JCC’s) William and Irene Weinberg Family Baltimore Jewish Film Festival. Although the center focuses on Jewish-themed programming, it offers a wide variety of multi-disciplinary performances throughout the year.
The new lobby’s design seeks to modernize the center by opening up the floor plan and adding a larger concession area. A built-in, 11-foot, free-standing video wall, as well as new carpeting and LED lighting, will help bring the lobby into the 21st century.
The J Live event and rededication will serve as a thank-you to individuals and organizations who contributed to the development of the Gordon Center. All guests can enjoy desserts and complimentary beer and wine. VIP-level donors are invited to an additional pre-show cocktail and dinner.
After the desert and dedication, attendees can view a presentation of “Motown Forever,” featuring hits performed by Theo Peoples of The Four Tops, Glenn Leonard of The Temptations, and Traci Robinson of The Marvelettes, backed by a live band.
For more information or to purchase tickets to the event, see here.