Kate Mulgrew will host
"Tea Party" to benefit Alzheimer's Association, February 8th!
Kate Mulgrew invites you to join her
for a special High Tea on Sunday, February 8th where 100% of the net proceeds
will benefit the Southeast Florida Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association.
Finding a cure for Alzheimer's is a passion close to Kate's heart as her
own mother has been afflicted with the disease. Please join us in this
The Afternoon Will Consist
Open Wine & Cheese Bar Before the Play
The Matinee Performance of Tea at Five
High Tea in the Theatre Lobby with Live Entertainment
Picture with Kate Mulgrew & Autographed
This Purchase Is Not Tax Deductable
There will be a Donation Box
for Alzheimer's Assocation in the Lobby.
Due To Overwhelming Demand
KATE MULGREW as KATHARINE HEPBURN
TEA AT FIVE
Extended Through February
at the Cuillo Centre, West
WEST PALM BEACH – Due to overwhelming demand,
AT FIVE, Matthew Lombardo’s portrait of stage and screen legend
Katharine Hepburn, has been extended through February 22nd at The Cuillo
Centre for the Performing Arts (201 Clematis Street) in West Palm Beach,
Florida. Kate Mulgrew stars as the four-time Academy Award
winner at opposite ends of her peerless career. Directed by
Kate Mulgrew has often been likened
to Hepburn, making her the perfect choice to portray the legendary Hepburn
in Tea at Five. Ms. Mulgrew’s performance of Tea
at Five garnered a 2003 Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for
Outstanding Solo Performance and a 2003 Lucille Lortel Award nomination
for Outstanding Actress.
Tea at Five is an intimate look
at Katharine Hepburn at home in her Fenwick estate in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
The first act takes place in September 1938; the second act takes audiences
to February 1983, when the now-legendary star reflects on the triumphs
of her career and her great love affair with Spencer Tracy. Matthew
Lombardo’s play reveals Hepburn as an undeniable talent that is equal
parts witty and fiery, and one of the twentieth century’s greatest film
stars. Tea at Five is presented by Daryl Roth, David
Gersten, Paul Morer, Michael Filerman, Amy Nederlander and Scott E. Nederlander.
Tea at Five continues at the Cuillo
Center through February 22nd. Performances are Tuesdays at 8 PM,
Wednesdays at 2 PM & 8 PM, Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 PM &
8 PM and Sundays at 2 PM. There are no performances on Mondays or
Thursdays. Regular tickets are $42; senior discounts, matinees only,
are $39.50. Groups of 10 or more are $35 each. To purchase tickets,
call (561) 835-9226.
Cuillo Centre Theatre