NYC's Acting School for Film and Television is proud to be part of the larger New York acting community as we unite to support those in our community affected by Hurricane Sandy. Support this project with your time, talents, and dollars!
BROADWAY COMMUNITY UNITES TO PRESENT:
A CONCERT TO BENEFIT VICTIMS OF HURRICANE SANDY
December 10th, 7:30 PM at the GERSHWIN THEATRE
PERFORMERS INCLUDE ASHLEY BROWN, EDEN ESPINOSA, CHRISTOPHER SIEBER, PATRICK WILSON, AND MORE!
The Broadway company of WICKED in conjunction with Mark Fisher Fitness announced today that the New York theatre community will come together on Monday, December 10th to present CITY OF HOPE: BROADWAY BLOWS BACK, a benefit concert to raise funds for New York and New Jersey communities affected by Hurricane Sandy. The concert will take place at 7:30 PM at the Gershwin Theatre (222 W. 51st St.) and is sponsored by Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS. 100% of proceeds from the event will be donated to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation and the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City. Tickets are available atwww.Ticketmaster.com or by calling 877-250-2929.
CITY OF HOPE: BROADWAY BLOWS BACK will feature performances by Broadway notablesAshley Brown (MARY POPPINS), Robert Creighton (ANYTHING GOES), Max Crumm(GREASE), Eden Espinosa (WICKED), Julie Halston (ANYTHING GOES), Dee Hoty(FOLLIES), Natalie Joy Johnson (SILENCE! THE MUSICAL), Raymond J. Lee (ANYTHING GOES), Carrie Manolakos (MAMMA MIA!), Jessie Mueller (ON A CLEAR DAY...), Julia Murney (WICKED), Christopher Sieber (SHREK), Elizabeth Stanley (MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET), and Patrick Wilson (ALL MY SONS) with more performers to be announced soon.
The producing team of CITY OF HOPE: BROADWAY BLOWS BACK comprises Richard H. Blake, Steve Chazaro, Mark Fisher, Michael Keeler, Raymond J. Lee and Betsy Werbel.
“CITY OF HOPE: BROADWAY BLOWS BACK carries on the Broadway community’s tradition of pulling together to raise funds for those in need. With a cast of Broadway’s best generously donating their time and talent, we look forward to an evening of great performances as New York theater lovers unite to do our part to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy,” says Mark Fisher, one of the co-producers of the event and owner of Mark Fisher Fitness.
Those interested in volunteering for the event can reach out by visitingwww.BroadwayBlowsBack.com and clicking the “get involved” link.