An Evening in Casablanca
Friday, October 6, 2023
VIP Pre-Party 5:00PM
Gala Doors 6:00PM
Online ticket sales will close two hours prior to doors opening on the event date.
The Florence and Ward Beecher Box Office is open to phone sales only
Monday to Friday: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
In-person ticket sales will be available at the DeYor Performing Arts Center during business hours, or 1 hour prior to performances at Stambaugh Auditorium.
For most events, the exterior doors will open one hour prior to the scheduled event start time.
The Elevator is located in the south west corner just inside the ADA / Garden Entrance on the left.
Restrooms may be found on all levels. Accessible (ADA) restrooms may be found off of the ground floor (Ballroom) lobby & across from the elevator on the balcony/third level.
All parking is free for Stambaugh Auditorium Events. Please call ahead for ADA Parking.
There is ADA accessible seating for all events. ADA accessible seating in the Concert Hall is available on the main floor only. Balcony & Gallery are not ADA accessible. Please call the box office if ADA accessible seating is needed.
Events and prices are subject to change or cancellation. Ticket Service Fees of up to $6.00 may be assessed to the face value of each ticket purchased. All sales are final. Tickets cannot be refunded, returned, or exchanged. Other restrictions may apply.
The United Returning Citizens cordially invite you to An Evening in Casablanca, United Returning Citizen’s signature fundraising gala scheduled for October 6, 2023. This year our event will feature keynote speaker Jay Williams, President and CEO of the Hartford Foundation, and the former Mayor of Youngstown. Our annual fundraising gala is an exciting occasion for URC, the people we serve, supporters, and friends to celebrate our shared mission of supporting returning citizens in our communities.
Each year, an average of 800+ people are released from incarceration in the Mahoning Valley. As individuals return to their communities, even after a short period of incarceration, they face the challenge of identifying housing, employment, education, family reunification, social supports, and medical care. URC exists to fill the gap between these needs and the resources available to support our communities.