The Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood (RNSH) Oscar Viewing Dinner and the Roger Neal style Hollywood Oscar Suite with 80 TV & film stars, including Oscar winners and nominees, will take place Sunday February 26th. 2017 at the world famous Hollywood Museum at the historic Max Factor building.
This year’s Icon award will be presented to 3 stars just before the Oscar telecast begins: Legendary Film Star Golden Globe winner and Oscar Nominee Tippi Hedren will be given the Icon award, along with TV legend Burt Ward “Robin” from TV’S Batman & Film star Kevin Sorbo will also be given the Icon Award. All three stars will be there in person to accept.
When the stars arrive, the will attend Roger Neal’s 21st annual Oscar Suite will be held on Oscar Day at the Hollywood Museum. As the stars arrive they will be gifted with a gift bag filled with couture, and brands worth $23.000. The Oscar Suite will take place from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. See all the brands attending so far HERE
From the suite, the stars will go to the Oscar viewing dinner press line to walk the red carpet, and then on to the ballroom for the Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar elegant, white-glove dinner served while we watch the Academy Awards on 9 big screens.
The menu, which is catered by LA Lobster Party, will include fresh lobster tail, flown in from Maine, Filet Mignon, Tomato Bisque or Lobster Bisque soup, salad, and wine and champagne by Lorimar Winery and Sunshine Mountain Wines & Vineyard. Miniature chocolate award statues covered in edible gold will be provided by Chocolatier Glamour Bombonier Brazilian Sweets.
Hollywood Museum founder, Ms. Donelle Dadigan said, ”We are thrilled to have Roger and his Oscar Viewing Dinner back with us , we are located right in the midst of all of the Oscar night activity, and we know that the guests and stars coming to this dinner will have an incredible time.”
The evening will include a special Academy Awards Exhibit. Roger Neal, who for the past 21 years produces the RNSH Oscar suite, shares: “We are beyond thrilled to be back at the Hollywood Museum which houses the largest collection of entertainment memorabilia on display in the world; I cannot think of a more perfect place to invite 80 stars including past Oscar winners & nominees.
Young and classic stars from TV and film will have the opportunity to tour this incredible museum prior to dinner; stars will be coming together to celebrate the Academy Awards.
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Written by Jane Emery