Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party

Mon Oct 29 2012

7:00 PM

Mayne Stage

1328 W Morse Ave Chicago, IL 60626

$25.00

Ages 18+

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A completely new and different kind of show,  host Elysabeth Alfano invites three creatives and a celebrity chef to a dinner party.  Over food, wine, chocolate, Twitter and a few impromptu performances, the conversations flow!  Filmed live and streaming on Time Out Chicago, buy your tickets and be a part of the party and live filming at the Mayne Stage, as well as enjoy tastings of the chef’s appetizer and entrées, a wine pairing and Vosges Chocolate. Twitter in questions for the stage guests and be eligible to win theatre tickets, dinner for 2 and more!

Chicago Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, Michelle Boone, Creator and Executive Producer of Check, Please!, David Manilow, Sun Times columnist and former Michigan Avenue Magazine editor in chief, Susanna Negovan, Sustainable Brown Trout chef, Sean Sanders.   

Opening act: Jorge Niedas of Tango 21 and Guest Tweeter, Sonja Loges of Taste and Tweet.  Food samplings from Brown Trout,  wine Tastings from Hirtzberger and Chocolate samplings by Vosges.

Mayne Stage Presents
Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party

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Mayne Stage Presents

Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party

Mon Oct 29 2012 7:00 PM

Mayne Stage Chicago IL
Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

$25.00 Ages 18+

A completely new and different kind of show,  host Elysabeth Alfano invites three creatives and a celebrity chef to a dinner party.  Over food, wine, chocolate, Twitter and a few impromptu performances, the conversations flow!  Filmed live and streaming on Time Out Chicago, buy your tickets and be a part of the party and live filming at the Mayne Stage, as well as enjoy tastings of the chef’s appetizer and entrées, a wine pairing and Vosges Chocolate. Twitter in questions for the stage guests and be eligible to win theatre tickets, dinner for 2 and more!

Chicago Commissioner of Cultural Affairs, Michelle Boone, Creator and Executive Producer of Check, Please!, David Manilow, Sun Times columnist and former Michigan Avenue Magazine editor in chief, Susanna Negovan, Sustainable Brown Trout chef, Sean Sanders.   

Opening act: Jorge Niedas of Tango 21 and Guest Tweeter, Sonja Loges of Taste and Tweet.  Food samplings from Brown Trout,  wine Tastings from Hirtzberger and Chocolate samplings by Vosges.

Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party

Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party

Other Arts & Theater