The scene at the Chelsea Art Museum for a White Gold Winter party.
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra performed at Carnegie Hall last Saturday night to a packed house and received several standing ovations. The Symphony’s patrons Mercedes and Sid Bass later hosted a dinner for the orchestra members and staff and supporters in the Rohatyn Room of the Hall.
Alban Gerhardt and Augustine Hadelich
Alban Gerhardt and Mercedes Bass with friends
Dave Brimhall and Mark Houghton
Miguel Harth-Bedoya and Van Cliburn
Ann Hudson with Rick and Susan Braddock
Ann Ryan with the Monte Hacketts
Charles Simmons and Caroline Rose Hunt
Paul Unger, Valerie Unger, and Ryan Bonifas
Spencer and Marilyn Hays with Megan and Victor Boschini
Memory Lewis, Mollie Lasater, and Mercedes Bass
Lee Hallman, Memory Lewis, Van Cliburn, Mollie Lasater, Bill Hallman, and Mitzi Davis
Sid and Mercedes Bass
Ryan Bonifas, Richard Barlow, Preston Thomas, and Andrew Thomas
Danaila Hirstova and Steve Huber
Georgeanne and Bill Bahan
Eugene Cherkasov, Larisa Cherkasov, Nikolay Ivanov, and Ivo Ivanov
Lori and Brandon Koonsman
Jennifer Corning, Jeff Hall, and Donna Hall
Luther King and Mercedes Beltrnino
Mitzi Davis, Mark Hart, and Adele Hart
Paul Sekhari, Alban Gerhardt, and Van Cliburn
Nikolay Ivanov and Ivo Ivanov
Paula Fultz, Sandy Roundsville, Ann Ryan, and Cornelia Friedman
Shenee Hsiminyi, Sorin Gutman, and Aleksandra Holowka
Victoria Brown, Ryan Brown, Frasher Bergande, and John Bergande
Last Saturday night at Chelsea Art Museum, Kipton Cronkite and the Young Associates hosted a White Gold Winter party sponsored by KiptonART with music by Izzy Gold and DJ Pierre Paullin.
Elizabeth Hilfiger, Ally Hilfiger, Tommy Hilfiger, and Dee Ocleppo
Jon David Willingham
Michelle Edgar and Mike Fredo
Jason Preston, Leven Rambin, and Kristian Laliberte
Kipton Cronkite and Ally Hilfiger
Frank Osbourn and Sam Hamadeh
Kristen Schiano and Alan Pepe
Alan Rish and Andrew Parker
The Armitage GONE Dance Gala was held last Thursday night with a performance at the Joyce Theatre in Chelsea and followed by a dinner at Splashlight Studios.
Todd Eberle and Emma Hall
Favia Monteron and Tony Shafrazi
Lucia Hwong Gordon
Donna Karan and Sonia Nuttall
Debbie Bancroft and Tiffany Taubman
Carol Mack and Kim Heirston Evans
Alba Clemente and Ricky Clifton
Arden Wohl and Richard Brickell
Last Thursday night at the Biltmore Theatre, playwright William Inge’s most popular play, “Come Back Little Sheba” opened with a new Manhattan Theatre Club production directed by two time Emmy winner Michael Pressman. S. Epatha Merkerson and Kevin Anderson headed the cast.
The original production which opened on Broadway on February 15, 1950. Although it was not initially popular (only half the critics gave it a thumbs up) mainly because of the subject matter (out-of-wedlock pregnancy, alcoholism in domestic drama) in those days, made a star of actress Shirey Booth who also played the role of Lola in the 1952 film (with Burt Lancaster) and won an Oscar for her performance.