Mack Performing Arts Collective, MPAC, founded by Jalene Mack, is rounding out the summer with its 90’s House Party with a Purpose on Aug. 24, 7 – 11 p.m. at the Sweetwater Country Club, 4400 Palm Royale Blvd. in Sugar Land.
The event will spotlight iMPACt Arts & Entertainment Trailblazer Awards recipients, TV Film Executive Producer Rushion McDonald, Film Producer/Philanthropist Jerri Moore and Entertainment Attorney Ricky Anderson for their impact in the entertainment industry.
Coordinators promise an event that will be “no stuffy gala,” but an evening of live entertainment, music, food and cash bar featuring a 90’s costume contest and the official launch of MPAC’s Capital Campaign Building Fund.
Sponsored by Bill Russell of Bayway and H-E-B, the fundraiser will raise funds to support ongoing programs designed to cultivate interest in the performing arts through education, exposure and entertainment and to build MPAC’s own home to carry out its mission of supporting the arts.
MPAC’s goal is to also help build Houston as an entertainment mecca comparable to the likes of Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, New Orleans and other industry progressive cities.
To purchase tickets online make a donation or for more information, visit www.mpac-arts.org.