Photo Coverage: 'Broadway Tonight' Takes LA!
In celebration of its tenth anniversary, weSPARK, the cancer support center founded by actress Wendie Jo Sperber and serving the greater Los Angeles area with free services for cancer patients and their families, presents "Broadway Tonight!" at the historic 2200-seat Alex Theatre Performing Arts and Entertainment Center in Glendale on October 4.
Nancy Allen, Yancey Arias, Stephanie J. Block, Alonzo Bodden, Wayne Brady, David Burnham, Marc Cherry, Michael Chiklis, Jason Graae, Teri Hatcher, Megan Hilty, Randy Jackson, Christine Lakin, Sylvia MacCalla, Camryn Manheim, Lesli Margherita, Marc McClure, Eric McCormack, Matthew Morrison, Adam Pascal, Valerie Perri, Valarie Pettiford, Kelli Provart, Mindy Sterling, Tracie Thoms, John Lloyd Young and Leslie Zemeckis starred in an Evening of Broadway Song and Dance, directed by Barbara Epstein with musical direction by Gerald Sternbach.
Academy Award winning Director Robert Zemeckis, Academy Award nominated Screenwriter and Producer Bob Gale and Fox Broadcasting Senior Vice President Missy Halperin were the evening's honorees.
"It is with great pleasure that we present the Producing/Directing/Writing team of Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale with ‘The Heart of weSPARK' Award and Missy Halperin, Senior Vice President of Talent Relations for Fox Broadcasting, with ‘The Commitment To Care Award,' says actress and weSpark Program Director Nancy Allen. "These three giants of the entertainment industry have devoted their time and interest to assist weSPARK since its inception."
For information on "Broadway Tonight", visit www.alextheatre.org. To make a donation to support weSPARK's free cancer support services, or for more information regarding weSPARK Cancer Support Center, visit: www.wespark.org.
Photo Credit: Lily Lim
Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale received 'The Heart of weSPARK' Award
Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale