"So You Think You Can Act?" - An Evening of Dinner and Entertainment
It will be show-time at the Kravis Center when "So You Think You Can Act?"--an evening of dinner and entertainment--takes place on Wednesday, March 18th (6PM) to benefit West Palm Beach's only professional theater company, Palm Beach Dramaworks. Co-chaired by Sandy Heine and Judy Messing, the evening will feature a celebratory cocktail hour where talented students from Dreyfoos School of the Arts will whet the crowd's appetite performing a medley of audition-themed favorites from A Chorus Line, followed by a Floral Emporium-enhanced setting of dramatic style for dinner and dancing along with some very entertaining 'auditions' -- no one in Palm Beach will want to miss! Susan Bloom and Sydelle Meyer will serve as Grand Benefactors, joined by the evening's additional generous underwriters including: Evening Dinner Sponsors The Honorable Ann Brown & Donald A. Brown, Performance Sponsor Elfriede Grevendick, Stars of Tomorrow Sponsors Nancy & Jay Parker, Benefit Design Sponsor Braman Motor Cars, Cocktail Reception Sponsors Esther & Sid Dinerstein, Principal Player Sponsors Herbert Hoffman, Joan & Shelly Gross, Dr. Sidney A. Lesowitz & Peter Rogers, Mark & Diane Perlberg and Don & Linda Silpe, Curtain Call Sponsors Bernie & Jane Perry and Joseph & Selma Sitrick and Supporting Cast underwriters including The Randolph A. Frank Foundation, Calla & Ralph Guild, Bob & Virginia Lynn, Ann Marie & Peter Rezzonico, James Whelan, and the Palm Beach Dramaworks Theatre Guild. Added corporate support comes from The Breakers - Palm Beach, Oasis Outsourcing, Palm Beach Daily News, Frédéric Fekkai - Palm Beach, Nick & Johnnie's Patio Bar and Grill, Floral Emporium, Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, Saks Fifth Avenue, Café Sapori, Salvatore Ferragamo, Chris Eliades Design, Around the Edge, Belle & Maxwell's, and Art of the Times Magazine among others. The dedicated Benefit Committee members include: Lee Bell, Esther Dinerstein, Margaret Donnelley, Dan Drennen, Tim Harris, Susan Lehrman & Louis Wechsler, Mia Matthews, Daniel O'Connell and Dr. Sidney A. Lesowitz. Don't forgot to bring your dancing shoes, because the dance floor promises to become the "place to be" with sensational dance music provided by the incomparable Music Works Talent. Proceeds from the benefit will support Palm Beach Dramaworks. Tickets are $350 - tables of 10 start at $3,500 and are tax deductible as provided by law. (The Kravis Center is conveniently located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL) For additional information, call Director of Development Steve Caras at (561) 514-4042 ext. 9.