• We Will See You in 2022!


    Thank you for your patience as we took the time to review our options for the Inner Circle Show. For nearly 100 years, our annual event has raised much-needed funds for local charities. This year and last, we’re taking a pause to allow our beautiful city to recover.


    We will not be gathering together to celebrate in person, but we know you’ll make next year’s show the best one yet. Meanwhile, your continued support during this unprecedented time allows us to carry on our mission. Click here to support us.

    Stay safe. Stay healthy. We’ll see you next year!

2012 New Members

The Inner Circle is proud to announce our newest members.  We are limited to 100 active members at any given time, so openings are on par with our stage flops: few and far between.  The Class of 2012 includes three members from the broadcast side.



Jennifer McLogan



WCBS-TV’s Jennifer McLogan is now a member of the Inner Circle.

After following the tradition of humiliating herself before the assembled membership during the 2012 first rehearsal Feb. 10, Jennifer was unanimously voted in.

She didn’t need to bring that trunk full of Emmy awards or that degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Michigan after all.

Jennifer has been reporting at Channel 2 since the 1990s.

She’s still mulling whether to tell her husband,  Dan, and their three children that she’s one of us.



Sonia Rincon

Even after enduring the Inner Circle member hazing, er, induction ritual, Sonia Rincon says she’s thrilled to be a new member.

Sonia is a reporter/anchor for 1010 WINS Radio.  She joined the station about five years ago and did an earlier stint with KYW radio in Philadelphia.

Sonia originally hails from the Bronx, and that accounts for her devotion to a certain baseball team from the same borough.


Kathleen Maloney (Photo by Marvin Scott)

Kathleen Maloney is a reporter and anchor with the new all-news radio station WEMP FM News 101.9. She is a native of the Bronx and has spent her entire career in radio in New York City. It started at Fordham University where Kathleen was a chemistry major. But she got the news bug at WFUV-FM. Her career in commercial radio started at WABC where she rose to News Director. Before joining FM News last summer, Kathleen covered the city’s neighborhoods for 1010 WINS.



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