Titanic Centennial Dinner Fox Performing Arts Foundation By Bryan Schraier On the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, guests gathered at the Fox Theatre to relive the last dinner served on the doomed ship. Guests mingled with actors and actresses in costume in the lobby as if on the dock preparing to board the great ship. At last helped onto the stage, the guests were seated before an ocean of ‘stars,’ enjoyed period music, speeches by personalities such as the captain Edward Smith, and an 11-course dinner, the same as was served on the Titanic a century ago. Proceeds benefit the Fox Performing Arts Foundation. The event was chaired by Mary Strauss, with Joan Quicksilver as co-chair.
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