Christie's Hosts 'Harmony' Benefit with Special Guest Ann Harada, 2/28
Harmony, a musical gala benefiting the New York City Gay Men's Chorus and the Youth Pride Chorus, will play Christie's on February 28.
The benefit will feature performances from the Youth Pride Chorus, members of the NYCGMC, and Jacqueline Jonee, as well as guest star Ann Harada.
Ann Harada is best known as the original Christmas Eve in Avenue Q. Her other Broadway credits include 9 to 5, Les Misérables, Seussical, and M. Butterfly. Off-Broadway credits include Falsettoland, America Dreaming, and Hit the Lights!, all at the Vineyard Theatre, The Moment When at Playwrights Horizons, and Larry Gelbart's One Two Three Four Five at Manhattan Theatre Club, which is the show that got her into Actors' Equity. With Christine Toy Johnson, Harada created and performed a cabaret show called A Tribute to Julie & Carol at Carnegie Hall. Her films include Happiness, Hudson River Blues, and Transamerica.
Photo Credit: Monica Simoes