The Franklin Stage Company will celebrate its 15th anniversary with a benefit event Sunday.
The events kick off with the final performance of Seneca's "The Trojan Women," translated by poet-novelist David Slavitt.
At 6:30 p.m., the party moves to the tents on the lawn of Chapel Hall at 25 Institute St. in Franklin.
Hors d'oeuvres by California-based chefs Paul Marner and Maurice St. Yves will be provided, as well as music and art exhibit in theater's lobby curated by Zena Gurbo.
The pieces in the collection were inspired by the Franklin Stage Company and donated by area artists.
Bids will be accepted throughout the night, with the winners announced at the close of the event.
Reservations for the benefit are $50 donation per person for both the performance and the celebration or $25 per person for the celebration.
Call 829-3700 for reservations or email firstname.lastname@example.org.