Mark Baker, Anna Bergman, Carole Demas, Ilene Kristen, Heather MacRae, Steve Ross, Jane Summerhays, Walter Willison Set for Curtain's Up Benefit

By Andrew Gans
06 Dec 2013

The Huntington’s Disease Society of America - Greater New York Chapter will present the seventh annual Curtain's Up For a Cure: A Broadway Holiday Concert Dec. 9 at NYIT Auditorium in Manhattan.



This annual celebration of life will feature songs by Broadway's greatest songwriters as well as holiday favorites.

The evening will begin with a cocktail party at 6:30 PM with the performance at 7:30 PM. All proceeds will benefit Huntington’s Disease Society of America - Greater New York Chapter.

The concert will include performances by Tony Award nominee Mark Baker, Anna Bergman, Katherine and Kimberly Corp, Dan DeLuca, Carole Demas, Liam Forde, Josh Franklin, Melinda Hopkins, Laura Kenyon, Ilene Kristen, Heather MacRae, Karen Oberlin, Theatre World Award winner Sarah Rice, Jana Robbins, Steve Ross, Ingrid Saxon, Zachary Stains, Tony Award nominee Jane Summerhays and Sheila Wormer, with a special appearance by The Dancing Classroom's Youth Dance Company, choreographed by Alee Reed.

Written and directed by Tony nominee Walter Willison, who will also perform, the evening will have choreography by Lawrence Leritz, musical supervision and special vocal arrangements by Liam Forde and sound design by Stuart J. Allyn.

NYIT Auditorium is located at 1871 Broadway, between 61st and 62nd streets. For tickets, priced $65 and $75, click here. For more information click here