The full page photo with caption from the January 2014 issue of Town & Country in the feature about the opening of the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
Not since the opening of the Disney Concert Hall, almost exactly 10years ago, has L.A. brought together such a diverse guest list to celebrate something so distinctly cultural. And while the event marked something of a milestone for the city, it also underlined the existence of society players who don’t frequently appear on E! Entertainment Television or in the pages of Us Weekly. Power patrons and philanthropists such as Edythe and Eli Broad, Eva and Michael Chow, Michael Milken, and Sherry Lansing were there, along with European imports Caroline Sieber, Olympia Scarry and Miroslava Duma. The president also attended. Except this is L.A., so that meant actor Tony Goldwyn, who plays the president on TV. He was accompanied by his sister, documentary filmmaker and artist Liz Goldwyn. And, of course, there were JodieFoster, Sidney Poitier, Kevin Spacey, and Tim Robbins.