2005 Michigan Psychoanalytic Foundation Benefit
The 2005 benefit will be held on Friday, November 11th at the Somerset Inn in Troy. The evening will begin at 7:30 with a wine and music reception.
This year's entertainment should be appealing to young and old alike. The singing group Vision from the Detroit High School of Performing Arts, which was a huge hit at last year's benefit, will be performing a whole new repertoire of songs. Vision will be followed by Los Angeles comedian Wayne Cotter, of whom Jay Leno has said, "If I'm not available, I tell people to get Wayne Cotter." With material that is both squeaky clean and uniquely clever, Cotter has an ability to adapt his show to each particular audience. He has appeared on all of the late-night talk shows, on Bill Maher's Politically Incorrect, as host of the Fox TV series Comic Strip Live, and has been nominated as Best Standup Comedian by the American Comedy Awards.
The evening will conclude with a lavish dessert buffet. The benefit is the only major fundraising event of the Foundation. It supports the programs and operations of the Institute. The Benefit Committee is confident that the 2005 event will be an enjoyable evening for everyone. Please contact the Institute office for information and tickets (248-851-3380).