Costume drama delights Atlanta Cotillion benefit

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Costume drama played out on Saturday as performers and patrons alike came together for Cirque de Nuit en Rouge, the annual avant-garde ball fundraiser from Atlanta Cotillion.

Patrons noshed on tasty hors d'oeuvres, knocked back fruity cocktails and did so as they moved around planes staged inside the expansive Delta Flight Museum, a revamped space that opened just days earlier. The night included performances from Prince Poppycock, who dished with us ahead of his Atlanta stop, the aerial aerobics of Liquid Sky and the dance crew from Dragon House.

Cotillion organizers dubbed the signature fundraiser for AID Atlanta a success.

Atlanta Cotillion would like to send a huge THANK YOU to all of our guest, sponsors and volunteers for a successful 2014 “Cirque de Nuit en Rouge”!! Looking forward to next year! ‪#‎AtlCotillion


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