Saturday, May 04, 2019 3:00p -
Newton City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Ave.,
Newton, MA 02459
Festivals & Fairs, Food, Music, Performing Arts
Come and witness what has already become a tradition at Newton Arts Festival - a unique Afternoon Tea Party. This year's theme is Broadway! Everything from "The Sound of Music", to "Grease", to "Phantom of the Opera", to "The Lion King" - the concert features some of the Boston area's most sought-after singer-actors. In addition to the performance, this is a Tea Party, with delicious desserts and elegant tea sets. Exclusive fashions will be demonstrated by the gorgeous models.
A power team of three famous Boston designers - Olga Patalakh from AtCozy Boutique (clothing), Nina Bublik Designs (hats and masks) and Inga Puzikov from Jewelinga Designs (accessories) will present their collections. You will have an opportunity to visit their pop-up boutiques, and see their design in action, worn by the singers and models. We encourage the audience members to dress to impress: draw inspiration from your favorite Broadway character or just come in your own unique style, and you will be noticed by our Fashion Police and photographed by our professional photographers. There will be a Prize for the most unique outfit.
Last year the Party was sold out, so we encourage people to purchase tickets in advance. The seating is limited.
For questions, please write to Olga Lisovskaya at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (617) 916 - 2159.
Gilly Assuncao, tenor https://www.gillysdream.com/
Allen Gurvits, boy alto
Olga Lisovskaya, soprano, teacher https://olgalisovskaya.com/
Afanasy Pro, baritone
Laura Smith, soprano/alto
Olga Lyulko - dancer/model
Sandy M Galan-Frei - dancer/model
Abella Marie - actress/model
Haley McGrath - model
Tickets online at https://olgalisovskaya.tix.com/schedule.aspx?orgnum=5189
and at the door
Adults - $42 in advance and $50 at the door
Seniors - $32 in advance and $40 at the door
Children - $25 at the door only (and by contacting the organizer at email@example.com
and (617) 916-2159
This event is part of Newton Festival of the Arts and is supported in part by a grant from the Newton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency