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The American Academy of Dramatic Arts Class of 1983 is proud to present three benefit performances of Neil Simon's California Suite. Proceeds benefit The Class of 1983 Scholarship. The show will feature alumni from the academy's class of 1983 and will be directed by 1983 class graduates, Jim Demonic and Phillip George.
This delightful comedy features four one act plays and four different sets of guests all staying in suites 203 and 204 of The Beverly Hills Hotel. From bickering best friends from Chicago, sparing over the results of a violent tennis match, to the man from Philadelphia, awakening to find an unconscious woman named Bunny in his bed and his wife on the way up, this show is never short on laughs.
Cherry Lane celebrates its landmark 90th honoring three individuals whose contributions and connections to Cherry Lane Theatre warrant the highest recognition: the Academy Award-winning, Tony-nominated actress and Cherry Lane alum, actress Estelle Parsons; along with David and Elizabeth McFadzean, leading supporters and funders of Cherry Lane Theatre for the past two decades. The Gala event will also feature appearances by Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis and Tony Award winner Judith Ivey – joined by a roster of other leading actors.
All proceeds go to The Center For Reproductive Rights.
Celebrated and up-and-coming artists share favorite stage and pop songs speaking of women's strength and their freedom to participate equally in society, particularly in matters that directly affect their well-being.
Imagine: A Concert of Hope is a benefit concert featuring members of the Broadway theatre community to raise funds to benefit Cancer Research through the Brian Werbel Memorial Fund at University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center.
Featuring performances by 16-time Grammy Award-winner Sting and two-time Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award-winner Patti LuPone, and in strategic partnership with the United Nations Foundation, this event strives to support the efforts of United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the UN's Free & Equal campaign in calling for equal rights globally for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals, and to raise significant funding for grassroots organizations and activists working toward that goal around the world. The net proceeds of this event will go directly to Fueling the Frontlines, a three-year, $20 million campaign for global LGBTI rights led by the Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice. Astraea is the only philanthropic organization in the United States solely dedicated to advancing LGBTI rights globally.