Reneé Rapp to Donate Merchandise Proceeds to Entertainment Community Fund | Playbill

On the Rialto Reneé Rapp to Donate Merchandise Proceeds to Entertainment Community Fund

The Mean Girls star will donate 100% of the proceeds from a special New York-edition shirt design.

Reneé Rapp Marc J. Franklin

Mean Girls the Musical star Reneé Rapp will donate 100% of proceeds from a special edition t-shirt sold at her upcoming New York shows to the Entertainment Community Fund. 

Rapp, who is currently pursuing a solo music career, will play a series of concerts across the New York area, where the t-shirt will be available for purchase. The unique design will only be available for purchase in person.

READ: Reneé Rapp is on the Rise: on Stage, on Screen, and on Tour

“The long-term health of the Entertainment Community Fund depends so much on the spirit of giving back spreading among younger generations of community members,” says Fund President and CEO Joe Benincasa. “Reneé is not only raising vital funding, she’s also leading by example. We are proud to welcome her into the fold of Entertainment Community Fund supporters who care so much about our industry.”

Rapp echoed Benicasa's statement, saying “The Entertainment Community Fund has been a lifeline for so many friends and colleagues these past few years, first with COVID and more recently with the twin strikes in Hollywood. I plan on finding opportunities to support their work for the rest of my career. This is the first step in what I hope will be a lifelong relationship.”

The upcoming screen version of Broadway's Mean Girls will hit movie theatres January 12, 2024. Adapted from the 2018 Broadway musical, the film will star Rapp as Regina George, reprising her stage performance. Rapp is currently on the road for her first international tour, Snow Hard Feelings, in support of her first full-length album Snow Angel.

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