• Date

    Saturday, NOVEMBER 4th

  • Time

    7:00 pm

  • Location

    3 Renaissance Square
    White Plains, NY

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds or exchanges. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the option of the management.

Cocktails, Hors d’oeuvres, Dinner, Live Music and Dancing with FDR DRIVE BAND




Chief of Staff Corporation Counsel City of White Plains

John Callahan has served as the City Attorney for the City of White Plains for eighteen years and for the last fourteen of those years he has also served as the Chief of Staff to the Mayor. Previous to coming to White Plains, John held a number of other governmental positions, including Town Attorney of Eastchester, Special Counsel to the cities of New Rochelle and Yonkers, Attorney for the Eastchester Fire District, and Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of New York.

John has been a long time member of the Boy Scouts of America and has received a number of awards for his volunteer service. He served three terms as President of the Westchester-Putnam Council of the Boy Scouts.

John is a graduate of Fordham University and St. John’s University School of Law. He previously was an adjunct professor at Fordham. He is married to Lynn and is the father of Andrew and Megan, father-in-law to Morgan, and grandfather to Petronella and George.

John is an ardent supporter of the White Plains Performing Arts Center recognizing the important contribution it makes to the city he serves.


Retired Planning Commissioner City of White Plains

Sue Habel delivered on the City’s promise to provide a state-of-the-art performing arts theatre in downtown White Plains and managed the project through completion in 2003. As both Deputy Commissioner and Planning Commissioner, Sue faithfully served every aspect of community life in White Plains for almost thirty years—from high rises to hiking trails and everything in between. WPPAC would not be here without her dedication and hard work to bring professional live theatre to White Plains.


Vice-President PCSB Bank

Kevin Kelly, Vice President and Branch Manager with PCSB Bank, has helped WPPAC with its banking since 2014. In the banking industry since 1981, Kevin has been a Retail Branch Manager for over 25 years, after serving in a variety of roles across the industry, in Marketing, Product Development and Business Banking. While banks and banking have changed dramatically over the years, Kevin credits his longevity in the business to staying focused on one thing … people. Kevin and his bride of 41 years, Eileen, have 6 children and 11 grandchildren.

He’s fortunate that he enjoys what he does every day…helping people. Employees and customers alike; they want to know you’re listening and that you care. If I’m not listening, I can’t learn about the person in front of me. When we listen and show we care, we build trust. That trust gives us permission to help people. When we help people, we build relationships that last a lifetime.


Vice-Principal of Academics and Curriculum Archbishop Stepinac High School • WPPAC Guest Director

For the better part of the last decade, Frank has maintained a supportive working relationship with WPPAC where he has directed and staged more than a dozen musicals including many of our regional premieres. He is also the full-time Vice Principal of Academics & Curriculum at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains and the Artistic Director of that school’s renowned theatre program for which he has staged national high school premieres. His wide-ranging success demonstrates his total commitment to the accessibility of high-quality performing arts for diverse audiences and actors of all ages right here in White Plains!