Monday, February 4, 2013

Speakeasy Fundraiser For the Arts

Lake Worth Playhouse was turned into a 1940's Speakeasy for the annual fundraiser. It was a wild night, filled with appearances by Al Capone, Bugsy Seigel, Charlie Chaplin, Clara Bow, Mary Pickford
and so many more!
The night started out with a shooting, but the champagne was flowing, and the bootleg gin eased the tension in the theater. Soon, the gambling tables were teaming with eager hands ready to beat the house.
The frivolity ended too quickly when we we were escorted outside by the bobbies, and the speakeasy shut down, while the gangsters were hauled away in the paddy wagon. A wild and crazy night to be remembered by all who attended!



1 comment:

  1. JEAN! I lost your address so you didn't get a Christmas Card. If you read this please send it to me? don't want to lose touch with you. ;0) Noël

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