Add Mary Testa (“Broadway’s “Xanadu,” “Guys and Dolls”) and Paul Scott Goodman (off Broadway’s “Rooms,” “Bright Lights, Big City”) to the impressive line up of talent in Monday’s 7 p.m. show, “From Broadway with Love: A Benefit Concert for Sandy Hook” at the Palace Theater in Waterbury.
Also featured are Tony Award-winner Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tony Award-nominee Linda Eder, Tony Award-winner Michael Cerveris, Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole, MickyÖ Dolenz, Tony Award nominee Philip Boykin, Richard Kind, Julia Murney, five-time Tony Award-nominee Jan Maxwell, Lance Guest, Broadway composers Stephen Schwartz, Marc Shaiman and Frank Wildhorn and many others. otters. , Video greetings by Anne Hathaway, Ricki Lake and Marissa Janet Winokur will also be featured as well as other not-yet-announced features.
The show will benefit the United Way of Western Connecticut’s Sandy Hook School Support Fund.
"Tickets will be provided at no cost to the families directly affected by the tragedy and any first responders who were at the school that day," according to the press release for the event. "For the Sandy Hook Elementary School's students, families, teachers, and administrators, a limited number of tickets are available for free on a first-come first-served basis. Please email your name, phone number and address along with the number of tickets requested to SandyHookTickets@FromBroadwayWithLove.org"
A limited number of tickets for the public for the 2,600-seat theater are now on sale, ranging from $50 to $250.
To purchase tickets or make a tax-deductible donation log on to www.FromBroadwayWithLove.org.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun