Summer Starlight with Laila Robins

Date: July 13, 2015 — July 13, 2015
Days & Times:

Monday at 5:30pm

Price: $110; $130 for preferred seating and $90 for Members

Cape Rep Theatre presents Summer Starlight, an evening to remember with guest of honor, accomplished film, television and theater actress, Laila Robins. Tickets this benefit gala for Cape Rep Theatre, include an outdoor party with hors d’oeuvres and live jazz, a live auction lead by State Senator Dan Wolf, a performance and audience discussion with Ms. Robins in the Indoor Theater and a champagne and dessert finale with Laila Robins under the stars.


Summer Starlight is Cape Rep Theatre’s largest fundraising benefit and a highlight of our summer theater season. Join us for:

  • oysters
  • wine and beer
  • hearty hors d’oeuvres courtesy of the Belfry Inn & Bistro
  • jazz music by the Bart Weisman’s Smooth Jazz Group
  • a brief live auction offering memorable delights
  • a performance and lively discussion with emcee Jonathan Soroff & Ms. Robins
  • a post-chat mingle with our star under the stars
  • handmade chocolates by Chatham Candy Manor
  • champagne

About Laila Robins
Laila is currently shooting season 2 of the TNT series Murder in the First. She was most recently a series regular in season 4 of Showtime’s Homeland as Martha Boyd, the smart no-nonsense US ambassador to Pakistan. She has appeared in many films including Side Effects, Blumenthal, Concussion, Multiple Sarcasms, The Good Shepherd, An Innocent Man, Welcome Home Roxy Carmichael, True Crime and Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Laila’s television credits include the HBO pilot The Money opposite Brendan Gleeson, Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Damages, Too Big to Fail, Bored to Death, God in America, In Treatment, The Sopranos, Law & Order and the series lead in Gabriel’s Fire opposite James Earl Jones. She appeared on Broadway in Heartbreak House, the Tony-nominated play Frozen, The Herbal Bed and The Real Thing.

About Jonathan Soroff Jonathan is a Boston native and a graduate of Duke University. His career began at the Boston Herald, and he’s written for everyone from People to the Royal Academy magazine (London). For the past 20 years, he has been the lead columnist for the Improper Bostonian magazine. He’s creator of the world’s first blahgazine,, and just published a sizzling beach-read of a novel, Crimes of Fashion. He lives in Newton, Mass.


Photos courtesy of Bob Tucker/Focalpoint Studio.

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