Published On: Wed, Sep 20th, 2017

Boca Ballet Theatre Announces Honorary Chairs for the “A Princely Affair” Luncheon and Performance

On Sunday, October 29th at noon, Boca Ballet Theatre’s 26th annual A Princely Affair  performance and luncheon kicks off the 2017-2018 Season of Dance and wishes to announce the  exciting news that Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stein and Ms. Arlene Herson will serve as the  event’s Honorary Chairs. 

In addition to being avid supporters of Boca Ballet Theatre Edith and Martin Stein have been involved with The Symphonia, Boca Raton,  Boca Raton Museum of Art, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Festival of the Arts Boca, Temple Emanu-El, Ruth Rales Family Service, and the Edith and Martin Stein Building of Hope in New Jersey just to name a few.

Also a supporter of Boca Ballet Theatre and numerous other organizations, Arlene Herson has had an extraordinary career interviewing celebrities on television on the awarding winning The Arlene Herson Show, and on radio on Florida Forum.  She was appointed by George W. Bush to the US Holocaust Memorial Council and the “Take Pride In America” Advisory Board and is involved in numerous civic and non-profit organizations.

“It’s incredible to me that we are celebrating the 26th annual A Princely Affair and we are absolutely thrilled to have Edith and Martin Stein and Arlene Herson as our honorary chairs,” commented Dan Guin, the Boca Ballet Theatre Co-Artistic Director. “They are remarkable patrons of the arts and we love that they are a part of the Boca Ballet Theatre family.”

The A Princely Affair will begin with an incredible silent auction and mimosas. It continues with a delicious luncheon and performance by Boca Ballet Theatre performing excerpts from The Nutcracker, presented by Marleen Forkas, in loving memory of Harold Forkas.

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