Gary Beach
(Photo © Joseph Marzullo)
Gary Beach
(Photo © Joseph Marzullo)
Tony Award winner Gary Beach will host a one-night-only benefit performance of Josh Walden's new dance musical All is Full of Love, featuring the music of pop sensation Bjork, at 8pm on Sunday, February 12 at the Theater at St. Clement's (423 West 46th Street). Proceeds from the event will benefit Dancers Responding to AIDS.

All is Full of Love follows the journey of three women adjusting to life in New York City. Walden, in addition to being a choreographer, has appeared on Broadway in La Cage aux Folles and 42nd Street.

The benefit performance will feature Jolynn Baca, Timothy W. Bish, Anthony Frisina, Amy Ling, Javier Munoz, Jill Slyter, Enders Groff, Lea Kohl, Kenway Kua, Nathan Peck, Bianca Stauffer, Shanna Van Derwerker, and Willie Lee-Williams. The creative team includes Rob Bevenger and Theresa DiStasi (costume design), and Natalie Robin (lighting design).

A pop star for nearly 30 years, Bjork is known for such albums as Debut, Post, Homogenic, and Vespertine. She received the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival for Dancer in the Dark and performed the Oscar-nominated song from that film, "I've Seen It All," as part of the 73rd Annual Academy Awards ceremony.