Cabaret for a Cause Presents Christmas Benefit Concert

Cabaret for a Cause Presents Christmas Benefit ConcertThe next Cabaret for a Cause will be held December 8th, 2014.

Cast includes: Alessandra Baldacchino (Song of Somolon), Gabriella Baldacchino (A Christmas Story), Erica Barnett (Matilda), Carly Paige Baron (Mary Poppins), Gaby Bradbury (Annie), Jack Corbin (Early Learnings), Colin Critchley (Kinky Boots, Waiting For Godot), Scarlett Diaz (Shrek), Adam Dorfman (A Little Princess), Peyton Ella (The Sound of Music), Nia Frazier (Dance Moms), Sophia Gennusa (Matilda), Abbey Rose Gould (Les Miserables), Keithan Haver (Broadway Dance Theater), Kalani Hilliker (Dance Moms, Bunheads, Shake it Up), Mia Sinclair Jenness (Les Miserables), Alaina Johnston (Studio 19 Dance Complex), Hayleigh Jusas (A Little Princess), Annabelle Kempf (Billy Elliot), Eliza Holland Madore (Matilda), Graham Montgomery (Kinky Boots), Marquise Neal (Kinky Boots), Amanda Page (CaRu Entertainment), Alexis Paige (A Little Princess), Julianna Rigoglioso (Mary Poppins), Laurissa Romain (South Pacific), Molly Russo (CaRu Entertainment), Presley Ryan (How The Grinch Stole Christmas), Sadie Seelert (Mary Poppins), Mavis Simpson-Ernst (Evita), Kendall Vertes (Dance Moms), Kaci Walfall (The Lion King), Mackenzie Ziegler (Dance Moms), Maddie Ziegler (Dance Moms).
Produced by Tiffany SchleighMusical Direction by Michael HarrenHosted by Paul Pilcz
Cabaret for a Cause was created in 2010 to bring young performers from Broadway, film, and television together to help children in need. A portion of all tickets sales from this event will go towards the purchasing of holiday gifts, school supplies, and home necessities for Project Renewal's (www.projectrenewal.org) family housing program, En Casa.

On a given night in NYC, over 20,000 homeless children sleep in city shelters. Many of their parents struggle with chronic addiction and mental illness. Without the right treatment and support, homeless families are continuously uprooted as they move from shelter to shelter. Homeless children are sick at twice the rate of other children and they are nine times more likely to repeat a grade.

In 2013, Project Renewal launched their first housing program for homeless families. The En Casa program provides ten scattered-site apartments to homeless parents and their children. They provide wraparound support services to help homeless parents achieve sobriety and create healthy, safe, and supportive environments for their children.


Tickets available at www.galapagosartspace.com/c4ac


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