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"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" Mae West, February 10th

Updated 18 weeks ago
"Why don't you come up and see me sometime?" Mae West, February 10th
Classic Film Scans by kate gabrielle

The Roosevelt Island Historical Society hosts the classic film star, stage performer and the bawdiest inmate on Welfare - the family friendly place now known as Roosevelt - Island. She'll share some intimate confessions and treat you to some film clips. It's very hush-hush. Even the location is secret.

"Gourmet refreshments, intimate confessions, risqué repartee, vintage movies..." Who could ask for anything more:

DETAILS:

LIMITED SEATING for a uniquely entertaining event.
Get your tickets now by clicking the link:
Sunday Tea with Mae West: Credit Card & PayPal
Or purchase tickets at the RI Visitor Center Kiosk
(Cash & Credit Card Accepted)


Ticket Choices:

• Friend of Mae West: $45

• Drinking Companion: $60
includes vintage tea cup memento

• Co-Star: $100
Includes tea cup plus Mae West biography “She Always Knew How”

• Producer $150
Includes tea cup, biography plus
“The Essential DVD Collection of 9 Mae West Films”
(eg, the seductive and witty “She Done Him Wrong” and “My Little Chickadee”)
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For more information, please visit
www.rihs.us.

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