Partygoers stepped behind the velvet rope on Saturday for a freewheeling fundraiser at Out Front Theatre.
The LGBTQ theater troupe turned the clock back to the ‘70s for their signature event of the year. It featured a decadent dinner with open bar, auctions, live performances and a little skin.
“Disco VIPs” even got their own golden seat plaque with their name permanently installed at the West Midtown theater.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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