We had a magnificent time at our Art After Dark performance at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
As you approach the Philadelphia Museum of Art, you feel as though you have gone back in time and are approaching the residence of a Roman Emperor. With it’s magnificent columns and exalted stairway, you know you are entering something special. The building is of course a work of art in itself, but once you enter the internationally renowned Museum, you know why it is, well, internationally renowned.
This fundraiser was truly one of a kind. It is not very often that the British Invasion Years has the opportunity to perform with the Pennsylvania Ballet II. But that is exactly what took place in this setting. The troupe’s interpretive dance on the grand staircase was set to our live rendition of “Sugar, Sugar”. It was a surreal moment that seemed like a modern day mashup between ’60s Pop and a ’40s Busby Berkeley movie musical extravaganza.
All of these festivities were centered around the Pop Goes The ’60s exhibition. Without a doubt, both Andy Worhol and Mr. Berkeley would have been proud!