Kick off the weekend September 18, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM, with a reception and '50s-themed tasting menu and meet the original ladies from the film's all-blond jazz band Sweet Sue and Her Society Syncopators. To honor the Sweet Sue gals, Broadway singer Nancy Anderson will do some cabaret while a Sugar (Marilyn Monroe's character) look-alike will pose for photos with guests.
Then on September 19, from 5:00 to 6:45 PM, sip some cocktails while Maslon dishes on the making of the film. Afterward, Maslon will sign copies of his book. Then from 7:00 to 9:00 PM, Curtis will join you for dinner, showing a montage of his movies and selling his book Tony Curtis: An American Prince and some of his artwork. (Hey, guy's gotta make a living.)
You'll want to be there to hear his behind-the-scenes tales of working with Jack Lemmon and making out with siren Monroe. No word, though, if he'll be wearing a dress as part of the occasion.
Recognizing that people may not be able to attend both evenings, the Del is selling tickets piecemeal as well. The September 18 shindig costs $75 and the September 19 activities will set you back $125.