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Saturday, September 09, 2006

Erin Looks Pretty Happy

Mayor Gavin Newsom arrives with one-time reality show star Erin Brodie. Brodie, who works for a software company, flew in from New York. She is wearing a Marchesa dress and was among the few women who wore knee-length dresses to the traditionally white tie event. Chronicle photo by Deanne Fitzmaurice
    ***Yes, he's straight, and a millionaire.

Patrons brave chilly night for S.F. Opera gala
Carolyne Zinko, Chronicle Staff Writer

Friday, September 8, 2006
(09-08) 19:53 PDT -- The San Francisco Opera's 84th opening night gala may not have had the weather in its favor with blustery winds whipping carefully executed hairdos and elaborate gowns, but there were warm feelings all around from more than 3,000 attendees who ponied up hundreds, and in some cases, tens of thousands of dollars, to attend the dinner and show.

The event, one of San Francisco's more important civic events and arts fundraisers, drew social and political luminaries from international socialite Lynn Wyatt of Houston and Rep. Nancy Pelosi and her husband, Paul, to bigwig Democratic party donors Markos Kounalakis and his wife, Eleni and even Rosemarie Bravo, the top executive at Burberry fashion house, who came from London.

Opera General Director David Gockley, marking his first season-opener with Verdi's "Un Ballo in Maschera," starring soprano Deborah Voigt, spent 33 years as the general director for the Houston Grand Opera. Wyatt was one of a contingent of Texas friends, including world-famous pianist Van Cliburn, who formed a home team of sorts to fly in and lend a reassuring touch to the big night.

"I was very sad to see him go,'' Wyatt said. "San Francisco is very lucky.''

Some 800 patrons paid up to $5,000 each or up to $50,000 a table to attend a cocktail party, performance and a 10 p.m. dinner-dance following the performance. The dinner featured poached Maine lobster in a Cardinale sauce, held in a tent adjoining the opera house. Younger supporters of the opera had dinner at City Hall.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

hmmm very interesting. she does look very happy. i didn't know erin lives in NY? and will in CA. talk about a long distance relationship. haven't seen one that worked yet.

thank for the info.


1:36 PM  
Blogger rrhoop5469 said...

I'm confused. One of the sites showing them together was dated over a year ago, in 2005. Same length of hair. The newer pictures of her has short hair (the ones that removed from Will's website). I believe these are old pictures resurfacing.

2:36 PM  
Blogger Ala said...

yeah, i though she lives in LA! Anyway, did poor Will think that he is a keeper for a girl who went through like 40 guys and obiously cares for money more then relationships? I really didn't like her on this show...

3:08 PM  
Blogger BB7Lover said...

Come on, a girl that would attend something like this with a Mayor is NOT the kind of girl Will Kirby should be thinking about spending the rest of his life with. Remember he is the guy who looovvveeesssss a trampoline!! Sorry, I love Will and this girl is just after money, not love! (Oh, doesn't that sound like the reality show she was on? lol)

8:55 AM  

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