The 3rd Annual Arapahoe House Luncheon with Five-Time Emmy, Tony Award-Winning Actor John Larroquette

Out of the Bottle and Into Life: A Personal Account of Achieving Sobriety

 

Proceeds will benefit the life-changing addiction treatment programs of Arapahoe House

 

Friday, September 28, 2012
The Seawell Grand Ballroom at The Denver Center for the Performing Arts

 

11:30 a.m.   Registration
12:00 p.m.   Luncheon and program with emcee Ed Greene from CBS4 and keynote address by John Larroquette

 

Young Professional (Under 40): $75

Individual Ticket: $100

Table of Ten: $1,000

Patron Sponsorship: $2,000

Help Sponsorship: $5,000

Hope Sponsorship: $10,000

Healing Sponsorship: $15,000

Reclaim Sponsorship: $20,000

Recovery Sponsorship: $25,000  

 

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Beginning in radio, Larroquette made the move to acting in the 1970s. Small movie parts gave way to his breakthrough in 1983 with the role of philandering but harmless prosecutor “Dan Fielding” on the hit sitcom Night Court, a part that earned him four consecutive Emmy Awards. Larroquette took enough time off from the series to appear in a string of movies, and in 1993 he landed his own series, The John Larroquette Show. It allowed him to play a recovering alcoholic, a role that wasn't much of a stretch. A prolific drinker during the 70s, the actor got sober in 1982. He has since been sharing his story so that others suffering from the same disease might realize there is a way out of the bottle and into life. Larroquette won his fifth Emmy for a guest role on the hit series The Practice. Recent TV acting credits include roles on Boston Legal, House, and Chuck. Larroquette won a Tony Award in 2011 for his role as J. B. Biggley alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the Broadway revival of the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. For more information on this speaker, please visit apbspeakers.com.

 

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