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Palm Beach Dramaworks Hosts 2020 Gala: A STAR IS BORN Photo Palm Beach Dramaworks Hosts 2020 Gala: A STAR IS BORN
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 30, 2020

It was a starry night at the Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion on January 25, with starbursts of lights on the walls, centerpieces of flowers with jutting stars and framed photos of famous child stars, and most important, starry-eyed burgeoning artists showcasing their talent before enthralled guests. That was the scene at Palm Beach Dramaworks' 2020 Gala: a?oeA Star is Born,a?? which celebrated an up-and-coming generation of gifted artists and highlighted the company's many education initiatives that nurture creativity and ignite the imagination. Marilyn Meyerhoff and Sam Feldman were the Gala Chairs. 

Palm Beach Dramaworks' 12th Annual Shelly Award Given To Louise Snyder Photo Palm Beach Dramaworks' 12th Annual Shelly Award Given To Louise Snyder
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 20, 2019

The sounds infusing the lobby of the Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion on March 16 were voices from a bygone era, those that filled the airwaves when radio reigned and families gathered 'round to listen to all kinds of programs - not just music but mysteries, comedies, adventure stories, and police procedurals.

Palm Beach Dramaworks Celebrates 17th Anniversary Gala
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 20, 2017

'Oh, it's very pretty, isn't it! We're going to have fun,' Truman Capote said as he walked into his Black & White Ball on November 28, 1966, according to The New York Times. He might have said the same thing on March 11, had he walked into the Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion for Palm Beach Dramaworks 

Shelly Gross, Veteran Theater Producer, Dead at 88
by Eddie Varley - Jun 21, 2009

Theatre impresario and Broadway producer Shelly Gross passed away on June 19, 2009, in West Palm Beach, Florida, after a long illness. With a career that spanned over fifty years, he created an unprecedented number of theatre operations around the country, produced shows for Broadway & National Tours and presented a who's who of legendary performers including everyone from Judy Garland to Bruce Springsteen. He was 88 years old.