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Marquee Ball Fun Facts:
• Marquee Ball themes have included classics such as Ben-Hur, Viva Las Vegas, Million Dollar Mermaid, Greatest Show on Earth, Forbidden Planet, Goldfinger, Moulin Rouge, Back to the Future, Alice in Wonderland, Kiss me Deadly, and Road to Rio
• Fred Lazarus, former President of Maryland Institute College of Art, came to the Marquee Ball in scuba gear in 2006
• After the first Marquee Ball, the Creative Alliance staff found underwear in the building – proving that the party was a rip roaring success!

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