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 April 08, 2015
The Manhattan Center Recently Welcomed Broadways Miscast 2015 Gala

 The Manhattan Center, home to the iconic Hammerstein and Grand Ballrooms, welcomed MCC Theatre's Miscast 2015 Gala on March 30th where this year's honoree Sarah Paulson took center stage in the Hammerstein.

The event which honored Emmy & Golden Globe nominated stage and screen actress Sarah Paulson and Tony Award-winning producer Fran Weissler, is Broadway's most unique event of the year, drawing attention to the venue with celebrity guests that included Uzo Adubla, Laura Benanti, Jessie Muller, Christopher Fitzgerald and Joshua Henry.

The Manhattan Center is the destination of choice for many when planning the quintessential event in New York City. Manhattan Center Events welcomes all fetes from small, intimate gatherings to the most lavish of soirees as well as corporate functions and conferences. Both venues offer a versatile design, top-grade sound and lighting, the use of a full-service production company and a well-equipped staff.

The Manhattan Center has welcomed an array of special events including the UN Women's Celebratory event, So You Think You Can Dance auditions, TNA Wrestling, Howard Stern's Birthday, Obama for America, The Black Ball Charity and more.

Manhattan Center

Centrally located in the heart of New York City, The Manhattan Center is the city's premiere, mid-size venue and a celebrated destination for extraordinary performances and unforgettable special events. The world-class media and entertainment facility houses the famed Hammerstein and Grand Ballrooms, boasting elaborate architecture, hand-painted ceilings, ornate woodwork and beautiful balconies. Fully integrated with HD control rooms and a full service production company, the Manhattan Center provides unparalleled service and complete event services. Manhattan Center has been the venue of choice for corporate galas, charity fundraisers, award shows, rock concerts, and fashion shows for more than 75 years.

www.themanhattancenter.com