Prime Time Hollywood At Winston’s: The Ultimate In Hobnobbery

by Steven Doyle

Here is your  chance to hear from some of the most prominent Hollywood writers, producers, directors, creators and film makers in the industry. From 8 PM – 10 PM on Tuesday, April 17, 2012, patrons have the chance to experience a live cooking presentation and food tasting by Bravo’s Top Chef Otto Borsisch. Immediately following, master painter Sharon Hodges, of the Hilton Anatole’s Fashion’s Living Canvas premiere runway show, will transform models into works of art live.    

From 10pm – 11pm, Emmy-nominated Producers/Directors/Writers Guy Shalem and Brad Isaacs will lead a “Prime Time TV of Tomorrow” symposium, inviting patrons to get an exclusive inside look into the entertainment industry. Brad Isaacs has produced several popular television series, including Roseanne, King of the Hill, Undeclared and The Larry Sanders Show. Guy Shalem, has written and directed several popular television shows, including Bullet, Life of Leisure, The Roxy and Betty White’s new NBC show Off Their Rockers.

With notable entertainment industry guests, a special cooking and food tasting by Bravo’s Top Chef Otto Borisch and a live encore presentation by master painter Sharon Hodges of the recent Fashion’s Living Canvas runway event at the Hilton Anatole, Prime Time Hollywood, brings Hollywood to Dallas. Watch Hodges perform from 11pm to midnight.

This exclusive event will be held  8PM – 2AM on Tuesday, April 17th at Winston’s Supper Club. VIP tickets are $50 and General Admission is $20 in advance, $30 at the door. Come dressed to impress, eat, drink dance, get plugged in or possibly discovered.

A portion of ticket sales will benefit THE FASHIONISTAS’ student scholarship programs and designer showcases for 2012. For complete event details and ticket information, please visit their website. All guests must be 21 and up to attend. VIP guests get to mix and mingle with the evening’s featured guests, and enjoy complimentary champagne, in our Private Champagne Room.

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