Broadway, film and television star Tony Roberts (The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, Victor/Victoria) will host Sing for Their Supper, an evening of performances by Broadway stars and cabaret singers that will benefit the West Side Center for Community Life, Inc. Among those scheduled to perform are Bradley William Anderson, Barbara Brussel, Kimilee Bryant, Barbara Fasano, Ed Fry, David Gurland, Mark LeBlanc, Steven Lutvak, Dan Nainan, Charlotte Patton, and surprise guest artists.
The benefit will take place on Sunday, June 29 at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew United Methodist, located at 263 West 86th Street (corner of 86th and West End Avenue). Angel tickets, priced at $100, include preferred seating and a pre-concert champagne reception with the artists; for reservations, phone Charlotte Patton at 212-662-4744. General admission seating will be available at the door for $20.
The West Side Center for Community Life, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that serves more than 3,000 people a week. It houses the West Side Campaign Against Hunger (WSCAH), the largest food pantry in the city, which feeds over 2,500 households monthly; the West Side Ecumenical Ministry to the Elderly (WEME), which prepares and delivers 500 meals-on-wheels to the homebound and elderly of central and northern Manhattan; and a homeless shelter.
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