Secret Garden Holiday Tea & Matinee
Saturday, December 17, 2011 from 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM (PST)
Palo Alto, CA
Something NEW for the Holidays...it’s all about the experience this year.
A new tradition for the perfect family, mother~daughter or BFF get together at the Garden Court Hotel Holiday Tea with the option of attending TheatreWorks matinee of "The Secret Garden.”
The Tea ~ Garden Court Hotel
Special touches and decorations that will delight you and your guests.
Dazzling sugar cookies by Chef Barbara Felix of Felix the Cook
As seen on both Gwyneth Paltrow's and Ashley Judd's websites.
We are VERY excited to present this Secret Garden themed display of her famous sugar cookies.
Each cookie is an amazing work of art made of pure organic ingredients.
Activities for children include decorating their own Felix the Cook sugar cookie.
Secret Garden Tea to include lemon curd and gingerbread, shortbread and rose petal preserves, tossed micro greens, assorted tea sandwiches and scones, Peet's Tea Service and Sofia sparkling wine and St Germain elder flower liqueur
Buttercup Tea (for children 10yrs and under) to include fresh fruit, PBJ tea sandwiches, pigs in a blanket, vanilla and chocolate cupcakes, Peet's Tea Service and hot chocolate with piles of whipped cream and sprinkles
Our appologies ~ The Secret Garden 2:00 p.m. matinee is sold out! Congratulations to TheatreWorks!
Please see their website for additional shows. www.theatreworks.org
The Secret Garden ~ Lucie Stern Theatre
A Broadway musical hit for the Holidays
Winner of 3 Tony Awards
In this enchanting Broadway hit, the delightful novel springs to life in a soaring musical about the healing power of love. This holiday treat weaves mystery, magic, and a melodic score into the quest of an orphaned English girl to revive a once glorious Victorian garden. In the process, she rekindles lost hopes and weary spirits, dispelling the ghosts of a troubled past with an indomitable joy of life. "Elegant, entrancing...The best American musical of the season." TIME magazine
Music by Lucy Simon
Lyrics & Book by Marsha Norman
Directed by Robert Kelley
Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Partial proceeds of this event go to TheatreWorks for Schools Programs