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Hope of the Valley presents BROADWAY TO THE RESCUE
Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 8:00PM

El Portal MainStage Theatre
5269 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Corner of Lankershim and Weddington, NoHo Arts District. Across the street from the Federal Bar and the Laemmle NoHo 7 Cineplex.
Metro Red Line North Hollywood Station; Orange Line Bus Station; 5 minutes from the 134, 170, and 101 freeways.


Just days before New York City gathers to honor Broadway at the 70th Annual Tony Awards, the best and brightest Broadway performers are being assembled to celebrate and give back right here in Los Angeles. An Elite cast f Broadway veterans will take to the stage for a one-night only benefit concert performing numbers from the award-winning Broadway shows that put them on the map! Shows represented include RENT, WICKED, AVENUE Q, HAIRSPRAY, DREAMGIRLS, LES MISERABLES, SWEET CHARITY, PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, MISS SAIGON, SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE and more! Starring: Chandra Lee Schwartz, Rhett George, J. Elanie Marcos, Joan Almedilla, Jessica Snow White, Eric Petersen, Sharon Cathrine Brown, Marc Petrosino, Ava Gaudet, Haneefah Wood, Lynette Dupree, Cathrine Lopez, Milena Govich, Benjamin Schrader, Jessica Lee Patty, and many more! "In the past 12 months, homelessness has increased 37% in the San Fernando Valley. This is unprecedented. And of that increase, 25% are individuals 55 years of age and older. Each person attending this world class event will not only be awed by the talent and gifts of each performer, they will have the satisfaction of knowing they are part of the solution to reducing homelessness in Los Angeles" - Ken Craft, President & CEO of Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission. "We are currently in the process of opening a new facility that will provide a higher quality of service and create a safe environment for the homeless. This benefit will allow us to make the facility even more successful than we ever imagined."