LJ Playhouse rings in 2009 the ‘Xanadu’ way

On New Year’s Eve, La Jolla Playhouse hosted a 1980s-themed event to celebrate the run of its musical comedy “Xanadu” and the beginning of a new year. The night began with a performance of the play, then guests noshed on a dessert buffet catered by Wolfgang Puck and sipped cocktails while dancing as cast members sang hits of the 1980s.

Related posts:

  1. Opus 2008 gala kicks off Symphony’s season
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  3. New Children’s Museum Gala is child’s play
  4. Actor/playwright premieres outrageous comedy at Playhouse
  5. Holiday meals a community tradition

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