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Cocktails and a Broadway Show with NY1's Frank DiLella

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This is your opportunity to be a Broadway insider!

You and a friend will enjoy cocktails in the theater district with NY1’s Emmy Award-winning tv host Frank DiLella, on him, of course. After drinks you will be Frank’s guest at a hit Broadway show – he’ll give you options of a few of his favorites to choose from.

When New Yorkers are looking for the latest on the city's vibrant theater scene, they turn to NY1 theater correspondent and host of "On Stage," Frank DiLella. 

Frank began his time at NY1 in 2004 as an intern for "On Stage." After stints on the assignment desk and as a producer, Frank got his big break during the Broadway stagehand strike of 2007 where he was asked to lead NY1's coverage. Frank continued to appear on camera on "On Stage" through 2016, eventually taking over as host in 2017. Frank and his team were awarded an Emmy for best news magazine program in 2018.

DiLella has interviewed many legendary artists including Tom Hanks, Vanessa Redgrave, Bono, Nathan Lane, Elton John, Liza Minnelli, Patti LuPone, Bette Midler, Bernadette Peters, Hugh Jackman, Tom Stoppard, Lin-Manuel Miranda, James Earl Jones, Chita Rivera, Jane Fonda, Angela Lansbury, Lady Gaga, Tony Kushner and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

When not reporting on the entertainment community, Frank spends time trying new restaurants and traveling with friends. But no matter where his journey takes him, things seem to always lead back to the bright lights of Broadway.

  • Experience expires on Jun 18, 2020.

Additional Lot Details
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  • Valid for 2 people.
  • This is a private meet and greet.
  • Date and show to be agreed upon by both parties. Winner will be given a list of shows to choose from.
  • The cost of cocktails will be covered by Mr. DiLella.
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High School of Fashion Industries
Our mission is to provide challenging, creative and effective career, technical and academic training for New York City students.
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  • Travel and accommodations are not included.
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