Black Tie Red Carpet 2020 Oscar Viewing Event
$15 Adv / $20 Day Of
$125 VIP Package, which includes:
* Four tickets
* Reserved seating
* Table service
* Bottle of Bubbly
* Unlimited truffle popcorn for TV watching
* Photo with your hosts Waxie Moon and Rebecca Mmm Davis
Hosts Waxie Moon & Rebecca Mmm Davis
Century Ballroom invites you to don your most elegant black tie or red-carpet fabulous attire for their Oscars® Viewing Party on February 9, 2020. Watch the 92nd Academy Awards on the big screen plus take part in best dressed and awards ballot contests, red carpet runway strut, photos and enjoy expert commentary from local celebrity hosts Waxie Moon and Rebecca Mmm Davis.
Century Ballrooms bar will be selling specialty cocktails, bubbly, wine and beer throughout the broadcast and food will be available for purchase in The Tin Table restaurant. Purchase a VIP package for four and receive reserved seats, table service for food and beverages, unlimited truffle popcorn and more.
Fill out the official Academy Awards ballot, guess all 24 categories correctly and win the grand prize. Additional prizes will be awarded for best gown and best suit.
Contests and prizes for:
* best gown
* best suit
* Pick all 24 category winners correctly win the grand prize!
Plus: Red Carpet Photos
This event is presented with assistance from Moët Hennessy.
I was SO excited to go the Century Ballroom the place is such a nice mix of elegance and welcoming warmth. My hat and I had a wonderful time. -Moira MacDonald
The Century Ballroom is so old-fashionedly, perfectly gorgeous its difficult to imagine a better setting for an Oscars party. And the lighting was just right, so that the big golden cutout statuettes flanking the stage looked real for Instagram!-Bethany Clement
The Seattle Times Dinner at a Movie: The Oscars edition 2019
Marc Kenison began his formal dance training at the Interlochen Arts Academy and went on to receive his BFA from The Juilliard School. He danced professionally with The Jose Limon Dance Company and Tere O'Connor Dance. In 2004 Marc received his MFA in Acting from the University of Washington and Co-Founded Washington Ensemble Theatre. At Washington Ensemble Theatre, he worked as coartistic director, director of operations and acted in twelve productions. In 2006 he created the burlesque personae Waxie Moon - a gender-blending boylesque sensation. Mr. Kenison's original performance work (as Waxie Moon) has been seen at various venues throughout Seattle (including Key Arena, On The Boards, The Triple Door, The Seattle Rep, ACT Theatre and The Moore Theater), New York (including The Gramercy Theater, The Judson Church, The 92nd Street Y, and WAX), Las Vegas (The Burlesque Hall of Fame), Tokyo and Takamatsu, Japan; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm, Sweden; and Vienna, Austria. He is featured in the documentary films Waxie Moon and A Wink and a Smile; and he acted in, co-wrote and co-produced the film Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel. He has taught performance worldwide, and is an adjunct faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts. He was nominated for a 2010 Gregory Award (Excellence in Theater, Washington State).
Rebecca Mmm Davis has been talking back to the tv forever, and live-blogging awards shows for about 5 years. Shes been emceeing and hosting events since her 8th grade talent show, and never looked back. MoPops Myth and Magic Event, the Fussy Cloud Puppet Slam, and The Academy Of Burlesques Faculty Showcases to name a few. Emceeing burlesque has taken her up and down the West Coast and to Canada, as well as to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She has been lucky to host a plethora of nerdlesque shows, including: Behind the Blue Door (based on Doctor Who) and Jojo Stilettos Guardians of the Galaxy at Emerald City Comic Con. In her Other Performance Life, Rebecca is a stage and film actor.
Century Ballroom (View)
915 E. Pine Street, 2nd Floor
Seattle, WA 98122
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|