11th Annual Jete Society’s The Mad Hatter’s Dance Party

Fall down the rabbit hole and party the night away and celebrate the premiere of the Washington Ballet’s Alice.

Saturday, January 21, 2012
9 pm – 2 am
Washington DC

Take a trip down the rabbit hole to The Mad Hatter’s Dance Party, the 11th Annual Jete Society Dance Party. One of the most popular young professionals events in Washington, this year’s event celebrates the Ballet’s upcoming premiere of Alice (in wonderland).

11th Annual Jete Society's The Mad Hatter’s Dance Party

Over 1,000 guests are expected to dance all night to DJ Pitch One. The Ritz Carlton’s ballroom will transform into Alice’s Wonderland. The event will feature a performance by The Washington Ballet’s Studio Company dancers, choreographed by former TWB dancer Aaron Jackson. Guests will be awed by a roaming magician and will get the first look at the main character costumes for TWB’s World premiere of “Alice”, designed by Cirque du Soleil designer Liz VandalVIPs will enjoy champagne courtesy of Barefoot Wine, a photo booth provided by PoshBooth, and gifts donated by EnJoi Cupcakery and BAI.

Chairs

Ashley Taylor & Winston Bao Lord

TICKETS
$95. VIP $175

Become a member. (New members will be sent a link for discounted tickets within 24 hours of purchasing a membership).

About The Jeté Society
The Jeté Society is a group of young professionals dedicated to advancing the mission of The Washington Ballet by supporting its fundraising goals and catalyzing interest in and support for its programs and productions. The Jeté Society does this by holding fundraising events throughout the year and through its Washington School of Ballet student scholarship fund. Jeté Society membership is offered at two affordable levels, each with exclusive member benefits.

The Ritz-Carlton
1150 22nd St., NW
Washington DC

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