Tribune-Review – Yes, the entertainment of Quantum Theater’s Q Ball technically included tableaux installations that paid homage to the great paintings of the pre-Raphaelite era.
Nothing, though, compared to the reaction that Asa Gardiner received as he floated through the party, sporting an angelic look on his face and not much else. Pausing briefly as a bevy of ladies rushed over for a photo op, he was soon on his way, a roomful of eyes watching him go.
“I’d be freezing,” said Philip Ferland. “God bless him.”
Not to say that’s where the excitement ended.
“Just wait until you see Lazarus,” said artist Paul Bowden.
While few were brave enough to have followed in such eye-popping fashion, there were plenty of other attempts made to embrace the evening’s theme.
“I got home at ten after six and said to Pam, ‘What do pre-Raphaelite men wear anyway?’” said Ken McCrory, sporting a full length black velvet cape.
Elsewhere, Christina French and Mark Willson were spied walking in with Victoria Bradley-Morris, Giovanni Mineo chatted with Tim McVay and David Bush, and Richard Parsakian divulged his secret to setting a good vibe for any event.
“It’s my rule,” he said. “Never do a party without drag queens.”