We were pleased to find ourselves in a posh magazine's ("Weddings Unveiled") blog called "Completely Unveiled,." The globe trotting couple's theme was "Travel" and our lovely flight attendants handed out place cards to guest tables that represented various countries.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
|Our Moon Maiden welcomes guests to the National Building Museum.|
The Shakespeare Theatre Company and a cast of distinguished performers from the worlds of dance, opera and classical music paid tribute to William Shakespeare's Italy. Under the gracious patronage of His Excellency the British Ambassador and Lady Sheinwald, the 2010 Gala also featured the presentation of the William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre and the Sidney Harman Award for Philanthropy in the Arts.
Recognized as "Washington's Most Buzzed About Gala" (Washington Life), the evening ends with a walk down the red carpet to dinner and dancing in the National Building Museum, where our Moon Maiden was on hand to welcome the
Monday, August 30, 2010
Our two gorgeous guys, plus a comical Elvis impersonator added some masculine spice to "Ladies Night" at Nationals Stadium on August 26, 2010. They posed for many, many, many photos and we are guessing they batted 1000!
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
|All photos courtesy of Imigination Photography|
Ladies and Gentlemen and children of all ages! The Washingtonian Magazine really knows how to throw a party! On July 21 their annual "Best of Washington" party filled the National Building Museum with a circus theme, to benefit the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Great restaurants showed off their signature dishes, lots of games to play, and lucky us --we got to be a part of it all!
Monday, August 2, 2010
|Phil, Vegas Show Girls and Mr. Chow (nobody was really drinking by the way!)|
|"Wolfman" faces the media! He got to be on the Jumbotron. How cool is that?|
|Practicing the "Wolf Pack" speech!|
|Appearing at Mo Mo's for pre-game fun.|
|At the Miller/Coors Party Deck watching the game, and being on the "Kiss Cam" too!|
|We're married! And where's my tooth?????|
Sunday, August 1, 2010
|Ever danced with an octopus?|
With "Club 90" playing, everybody wants to rock out!
You never know who you'll run into at an After Party!
|Our Octopus and Jellyfish felt right at home in Terra's "Undersea Lounge."|
10,000 attend Worldwide Microsoft Partner Conference in DC this July. UK Partners party at the Willard with a Casino Royale theme.
|"Dame Edna" impersonator cuts up with a guest who's also getting into the act.|
Photos courtesy of Event Digital Photography.
|Barack and Michelle were on hand to greet guests from Microsoft UK.|
|Bond Babes were everywhere!|
Friday, July 16, 2010
|Photo by Jenny Lehman|
Friday, July 2, 2010
|Movie Starlet with Reporters, 1936|
|Happy Birthday Miss Jones, 1956|
On July 1, at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, a private party celebrated the opening of a new exhibit of Norman Rockwell paintings, on loan from the collections of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. Cast of Thousands provided "living paintings" for the event. It was fantastic, and Mr. Spielberg even took photos of our performers on his cell phone! Wow!
|The Runaway, 1958|
|First Trip to the Beauty Shop, 1972|
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Thursday, June 17, 2010
Saturday, June 12, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
|Our mad scientist felt right at home|
at the fun filled Exploratorium,
where he conducted many strange
experiments on the willing guests!
A great time was
had by all!
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
|Welcome to the Castle!|
|Our romantic guitarist provided mellow background melodies during cocktails and lunch.|
|Jesters can schmooze too!|
It was a gorgeous day for ISES-NCC's annual wine outing!
Cast of Thousands provided costumed performers that fit the venue so well many thought they were Castello di Amorosa regulars. Everyone had a wonderful time!
Sunday, May 30, 2010
|Bacchus God of Wine|
|Classical Greek Statue|
When he suddenly moves, wine tasters wonder if maybe they've been tasting a bit too much!
Then they realize it's a "Living Statue," and that's all the fun. This annual event, "Wine in the Woods," held in Columbia Maryland's Symphony Woods is a great way to celebrate spring and enjoy the wonderful entertainment, including our great statues!
Friday, May 28, 2010
It's time for that annual HUGE party for the current crop of graduates from Georgetown University, plus their parents, their siblings, their dates, faculty, and many many alumnae. The guest list this year topped 6,000! Talk about a "cast of thousands!"
Our company provided the dashing Ringmaster on your left, plus a fire eater, sword swallower, and stilt walker for the "Circus" section and a fetching show girl accompanied by a cheesy Elvis for the "Vegas" section.
Congratulations to all graduates everywhere!
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The strange guy with the broom is the "Fool" character from Commedia dell'Arte. He added some silly fun to the Italian section. And our low key mime charmed even the most mime-phobic guests with his bubbles and whimsy. A stilt walker, with his very long strides, was able to cross borders and greet guests in all the various regions.
Monday, May 3, 2010
Marie Antoinette, James Bond, and Queen Elizabeth The First -- what were they all doing at the Willard Hotel last week?
They were all there to entertain at the "Fabulous Women" luncheon held every year, to honor women of outstanding achievment. James Bond charmed them as they played casino games, Queen Elizabeth I gave a brief talk, and Marie Antoinette served cupcakes. Fun times!
Friday, April 30, 2010
Photos courtesy of Jennifer Domenick, Love Life Images
Our Asian themed entertainment added spark to this year's ISES-Washington DC Annual Capital Awards,
held at the fabulous Gaylords National Harbor, on the Potomac River.
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
A hotel ballroom was transformed into the Palace at Versailles
for a young girl's Bat Mitzvah!
Our cast included the King and Queen, acrobatic jesters,
foolish footmen, juggling jesters, a life sized marionette, a strolling poetess, and a talking potted plant!
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