Every week, one of our photographer colleagues goes to a party for a regular feature in the Sunday Style section called The Scene. This week, photojournalist Rebecca D’Angelo went to the Washington Ballet’s “Unmask the Night: A Grande Masquerade Soiree”; proceeds support the company’s programming. Want to invite a photographer to your party? Email them at thescene@washpost.com.

The Studio Company of the Washington Ballet perform “Diamant” choreographed by Aaron Jackson at the Washington Ballet’s “Unmask the Night: A Grande Masquerade Soiree” held at The Homer Building.


The Hand Clan: Cat O’Dell, OPM for the federal government; Ann Hand, famous jewelry designer, Matt and Ashley Bronczek, Ashley is the co-chair for the event; and Lloyd Hand, senior counsel in King & Spalding’s Government Advocacy and Public Policy Practice Group and former Chief of Protocol for President Lyndon B. Johnson.


Designer Scott Cunningham laughs with his childhood friend, Septime Webre, artistic director of The Washington Ballet.


Daniel Roberge, dancer for WB, Stacey Lubar, co-chair of the event, Luis Torres, dancer for WB, and Zachary Hackstock, dancer for WB.


Washington Ballet choreographer Aaron Jackson who cheographed the evening’s performance, “Diamant”, with friend, Catherine Pitcher.


Washington Ballet ballerina, Ayano Kimura, shares a moment with Alex Kim, a Midas franchise owner.


Stephanie Walz, instructor at the Washington Ballet, chats with Washington Ballet ballerina, Morgann Rose.


Doris George with long-time friend and Washington Ballet board member, Annie Totah.


Kay Kendall, former chair of the board of directors for the Washington Ballet.

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