Date: Jun 26, 2019Time: 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM

SOLD OUT – See TONY Winner Stephanie Block in The Cher Show on Broadway and get the Inside Story from Co-Producer Sara Beth Zivitz MBA ’08

Wed, 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM
General PublicArts & Culture


“Superstars come and go. Cher is forever.” The Cher Show is Cher’s inspiring life story, spanning six decades of off the charts success in entertainment, while also highlighting her struggles along the way. The show features 35 of her hits, and “enough Bob Mackie gowns to cause a sequin shortage in New York City!”

The New York Times says: “The Cher Show gets me, babe. Inspiration can arise from seeing how a famous American came defiantly into her power. The Today Show says: ‘Fresh and fabulous and so much fun, it’s a party!” The sizzle reel on gives a great idea of the energy and excitement of the show.

We are fortunate that Sara Beth Zivitz, MBA ’08, a Co-Producer of The Cher Show, has kindly offered to explain how the show came to be produced and the joys (and challenges) of working in theater.

6:00pm: Meet at Haswell Green’s, 240 West 52nd St. (between Broadway and 8th Avenue) upstairs in the Green Room to pick up your tickets and for a cash bar and snacks and mingling before the show.

6:45pm: Sara Beth will give a talk about The Cher Show and her theatre career followed by Q&A.

7:30pm: Walk next door to the show!

Neil Simon Theatre – 250 West 52nd Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue)

Please note that no refunds will be issued.



Sara Beth Zivitz

Co-Producer, The Cher Show

Sara Beth works as VP, Business Development at ShopRunner, an e-commerce company that offers millions of its members Free 2-Day Shipping on hundreds of retailer websites. Sara Beth, as a Broadway and Off-Broadway Producer, is currently represented on THE CHER SHOW. Past productions have included Broadway’s adaptation of John Grisham’s best-selling novel A TIME TO KILL, musical comedy IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU, and CRUEL INTENTIONS THE MUSICAL, currently touring the US after an off-Broadway run. In the not for profit world, Sara Beth is actively involved in UJA, Natan, Lincoln Center Theater’s Young Angels Steering Committee and she serves on the board of the Jewish Center of the Hamptons. Sara Beth holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics from the Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University. She is a passionate sports fan, foodie, traveler, tennis player, loving aunt of two adorable nephews and an indefatigable theater attendee.


Date Time

Date: Jun 26, 2019Time: 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM


  • 130 / Member / Member Guests (limit 4 total)
  • 170 / Non-Members


Kendall Bailey, Natraj Balasubramanian, Barbara Beever, Charles Beever, Donya Bommer, Scott Bommer, archer Bommer, Paula Brancato, LaToya C, Michele C, Jackie Chang, Richard Davies, Nella Domenici, Alec Ellison, Elizabeth Fairfax Brown, Gabriel Feghali, Michael Friedman, Domenici GUEST1, Domenici GUEST2, Domenici GUEST3, Haley Gibbs, Jennifer Gibbs, Jennifer Gibbs, Jessica Gibbs, Daniel Goldberg, Ellen Goldstein , Gayle Haller, Michael Hoherchak, GUEST Hoherchek, Mie Iwasa, Sarah Johnson, Timothy Johnson, Michael Krupa, Rachel Lam, Marcy Maguire, Andrew Meyers, Janet Meyers, Katherine Monasebian, Barrie Moskowitz, Meredith Oppenheim, Ronnie Oppenheim, Paul Payton, Bette Schultz, Ava Seave, Joanne Stuart, Lance Stuart, Richard Stuart, Elizabeth Suarez, Susan Tilson, Whitney Tilson, Alli WIdman, carolyn chin, lynn friedman, pamela newman


Ava Seave, MBA '82