Over five-hundred young and young-at-heart supporters of the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts dressed in white and brought outlandish table d├ęcor with them as they traveled to Norton Gallery Park on Nov. 12 for the 2016 Dreyfoos in White pop-up dinner. The secret location was kept under wraps until one hour before the event, with ticket holders notified of the location by email and social media.

Organized largely by Dreyfoos School of the Arts alumni and their friends, this over-the-top event benefitted the Dreyfoos School of the Arts Foundation. Highlights of the evening included music played by Dreyfoos string and jazz students and a flash mob by Dreyfoos dance students. Dinner ended with everyone lighting the night with sparklers, signaling the start of dancing to the music of Dreyfoos alumni DJ Brad Barfield.