Recently, Young Friends of the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach (701 Okeechobee Boulevard) celebrated its 30th anniversary season by gathering for cocktails prior to the performance of Postmodern Jukebox, featuring the greatest 20th century musical genres, fused with the recognizable hits of our own modern era.
The reception was held in the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts Ellen and Robert M. Jaffe Windsor Room.
Throughout the season, Kravis Center Young Friends attended performances and enjoyed an exclusive backstage tour, networking events and more.
The group will end the season by supporting the education program, the Kravis Center Dream Awards, an evening celebrating high school musical theater in Palm Beach County.
Three Young Friends Executive Committee members will present awards at the June 4 event.
“We enjoyed the season alongside numerous outstanding individuals who possess a deep passion for the performing arts and are dedicated to making a positive impact on the community,” said Young Friends Executive Committee Chair Aisha Ali, Vice President and Banker, J.P. Morgan Private Bank. “This program continues to draw young professionals who seek to enhance their local engagement with meaningful experiences through the arts.”
The Young Friends of the Kravis Center is a group of young professionals who support the mission of the Kravis Center and are committed to supporting arts and culture in Palm Beach County.
Membership for Young Friends of the Kravis Center is open and fantastic shows are lined through the month of June, including comedian Nikki Glaser (June 10), singer-songwriter Tori Amos (June 17), and Madagascar: The Musical (June 28–29).
Explore the Kravis Center and learn more about Young Friends at kravis.org.