In the spirit of our sold-out “Follies” show and “Night in Casablanca” cabaret, the Palm Beach Theater Guild invites you to join us in celebrating the long Palm Beach history in support of our troops at our dinner and cabaret “Singing for Sailors and Soldiers.”
On Tuesday, February 25 at 6 p.m. at 264 The Grill in Palm Beach, we’ll take you to a reimagined USO show where Hollywood stars and classic songs entertain the smart set and the troops. You’ll think of the years when the Breakers and the Everglades Club served as military hospitals, Coast Guard women billeted at the Biltmore, U-Boats threatened shipping along the coast and Palm Beachers loaned their planes and boats to the war effort. We’ll evoke the clubs Alibi, Taboo, Colony and other night spots of those war-time eras. Don’t miss this Theater Guild show and party at 264 The Grill, starting at 6 p.m. on the 25th with hors d’oeuvres and cash bar, three-course dinner at 6:30 (with glass of wine included) and cabaret from 8 to 9 p.m. ($100 per ticket).