Night Nouveau Transforms Halcyon House With Surrealism

Kate Goodall, COO of S&R Foundation, and David Gorodetski of Sage Communications.
Robert Devaney
Kate Goodall, COO of S&R Foundation, and David Gorodetski of Sage Communications.

The second incarnation of Night Nouveau – “Not for the Quaint of Heart” – sought to evoke a surrealistic response from its attendees on Oct. 11. Many were up to the challenge, as they met a maze with mimes in the backyard of Halcyon House which led to the downstairs for the ballroom. The back driveway featured a projection of a fish tank, and guests and performance artists danced in the ballroom to the spins of DJ Dirty Hands. Daikaya and Sushiko provided savories with dessert from Dolci Gelati, Georgetown Cupcake and Peruvian Brothers; the after party was at Malmaison. All the fun and whimsy benefitted the S&R Foundation.

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