PNB cordially invites members of the Concierge Guild of Seattle, Greater Eastside Concierge Association, Seattle Hotel Concierge Association, and Visit Seattle to attend the final dress rehearsal for Director's Choice:
  
7:00 PM, Thursday, March 17th-St. Patrick's Day!
*Please feel free to join Artistic Director Peter Boal and choreographer Justin Peck (Year of the Rabbit) for a discussion during the hour preceding the dress rehearsal. The talk begins at 6:00 PM and takes place in the Nesholm Family Lecture Hall at McCaw Hall.
  
How to reserve tickets:
•This invitation is intended for CGS, SHCA, Visit Seattle and GECA active members only and is non-transferable.
•RSVPs will be accepted via email only. (No phone calls, please!) Send to Gary Tucker at GTucker@PNB.org.
•The Subject Line of your email must read “Director's Choice– Concierge”
•The body of the email must contain the following information. (Note: Incomplete RSVPs will NOT be honored.)
oYour name
oAffiliation: Property name AND your concierge guild or association
oContact information: Phone number AND email address
oNumber of tickets: Please limit your request to no more than two (2) per person. (We would be happy to assist you in purchasing additional tickets.)
•Deadline to respond is 5:00 PM on Friday, March 11. No reservations will be accepted after the deadline.
•All reservations will receive an emailed confirmation/reminder 24 hours prior to the dress rehearsal.
•Seating (general admission) for this event is restricted and subject to availability.
•If you have any questions regarding these instructions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you!
  
DIRECTOR’S CHOICE runs for seven performances only, March 18 through 27 at Seattle Center’s Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Running time is approximately two hours and ten minutes, including two intermissions. To learn more, click here. Or, for further information, join PNB Audience Education Manager Doug Fullington on Tuesday, March 15 at 12:00 noon for a free hour-long preview, including video excerpts, at the Central Seattle Public Library (1000 Fourth Avenue).