BWW Review:  KISS ALL THE BULLIES GOOD-BYE by Sir Ivan

BWW Review: KISS ALL THE BULLIES GOOD-BYE by Sir Ivan

BWW Review:  KISS ALL THE BULLIES GOOD-BYE by Sir Ivan

An incredibly successful music and social event was held on August 22nd at Sir Ivan's Castle in the Hamptons. Over 600 friends and fans attended the "Royal Tea Dance Party" that celebrated Sir Ivan's new anti-bullying anthem and music video, Billboard hit "Kiss All The Bullies Goodbye." The song is produced by Paul Oakenfold and features pop-music icon, Taylor Dayne. Broadwayworld.com was there for all the excitement.

Sir Ivan's spectacular 15,000 square foot Castle in Water Mill was lit in rainbow colors to commemorate the Supreme Court's recent decision on marriage equality. The medieval style Castle became into the largest disco flashing rainbow light show in the world.

The night also served as a thank-you to supporters of Sir Ivan's charity, The Peaceman Foundation. The party featured a 5-hour set from Vienna's Life Ball resident DJ, Sin Morera and non-stop dancing from twenty-eight world class professional disco hustle and Latin hustle dancers from Stepping Out Studios.

We had an opportunity to interview Sir Ivan and ask him a few questions about his anti-bullying initiative and his passion for social justice. His father was an Auschwitz survivor. Sir Ivan has a great deal of sensitivity to the plight of people who suffer abuse. Speaking of his father, he commented, ""My energy and will to succeed clearly comes from my father and all of his amazing accomplishments."

Sir Ivan also told us that he has plans for a book book that discusses his life in the 1950's and 1960's. He hopes that his story will be "inspirational" to many.

The "Royal Tea Dance Party" reached a real climax when Sir Ivan made his grand entrance, riding a custom-made Ironhorse Tejas chopper motorcycle straight into his Castle through a packed dance floor. He then performed his song "Kiss All The Bullies Goodbye." Sir Ivan was clad in a leather biker cape embellished with a Swarovski encrusted peace sign. The performance received an enthusiastic response from the crowd.

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Marina Kennedy Marina P. Kennedy writes articles and reviews for Broadwayworld.com on performance venues in New York and New Jersey. She is the Editor in Chief of BWW's Food & Wine World.com and the Senior New Jersey Editor. She also has a regular column in Fitnessworld.com, "Fit Food Finds," which discusses healthy eating. Her interest in fitness, dance, and theatre stem from the many years she owned and operated a dance school, "Dance Unlimited" in New Jersey. She enjoys a very active journalism career and loves writing for Broadwayworld.com.
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