Royal Monarchs Prepare for The Imperial Court of New York’s Night of a Thousand Gowns

The excitement is mounting and the tiaras are starting to shine. Their Most Imperial Sovereign Majesties–Emperor XXIX and Regent Emperor XXXII Graham D’ Craquer and Empress XXXIV and Regent Empress XXXVII Madelyn Keyth–are getting ready for the 38th Annual “Night of a Thousand Gowns” 

Please join the Imperial Court of New York as they celebrate the Night Of A Thousand Gowns, benefitting Trinity Place Shelter, on Saturday March 23rd at the New York Hilton Midtown (1335 Avenue of the Americas, NYC) from 6:00PM-11:00PM. 

The Imperial Court of New York is a 501 (c)3 philanthropic corporation that has raised thousands of dollars for a barrage of worthy causes through the production of entertaining, fundraising events throughout the year. Their signature event is the charity ball “Night of a Thousand Gowns”, a red carpet, formal gala which is filled with entertainment, a silent auction, great food and drink and good friends. 

Madelyn Keyth began performing on Long Island with Neil’s Hollywood Follies as Mae West. She produced her first charity event, which was one of the first AIDS benefits on Long Island, and has been doing benefit work ever since. Her shows and events have raised over $100,000, even stepping up during Covid. Her husband Graham D’Craquer formed a lifelong passion for working with food at a very early age. He later began working in the medical field and celebrated the wonder of the science surrounding that arena. Together, these two are excited to exceed all expectations this year and “keep the jewel that is the ICNY shining.”


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