THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD'S Stephanie Block Featured on Perfect Holiday 'Stocking Stuffer' CD, A VERY BROADWAY CHRISTMAS
The Mystery Of Edwin Drood Star, Stephanie J. Block, is featured on an all new Christmas CD Recording titled A VERY BROADWAY CHRISTMAS, produced to support the Dr. Carol Channing-Harry Kullijian Foundation For The Arts in its mission to promote the arts in public education. Block joins Matthew Morrison, Susan Egan and more in a holiday CD featuring both original and traditional Christmas Songs and can still be purchased in time to stuff it into the stocking of a favorite Broadway lover!
A VERY BROADWAY CHRISTMAS features the talents of Matthew Morrison (Tony Nominee - Light In The Piazza; South Pacific and Fox Television's GLEE), Susan Egan (Tony Nominee - Disney's Beauty And the Beast; Cabaret; Triumph Of Love), Stephanie J. Block (Wicked; 9 to 5 and currently starring on Broadway in The Mystery of Edwin Drood), Cathy Rigby (Seussical; Peter Pan); Eric Kunze (Miss Saigon; Les Miserables; Damn Yankees), and more - and featuring a very special reading of "The Night Before Christmas" by impressionist Rich Little and all of his voices.
The CD can be purchased for $15. on The Channing-Kullijian Foundation website at www.channingarts.org.
The Dr. Carol Channing and Harry Kullijian Foundation For The Arts is dedicated to restoring the arts to our nation's public schools in an effort to provide a complete and adequate education that includes a comprehensive, quality arts education as part of the core curriculum to every child in America.
The Foundation's primary goals are to raise awareness, on a national level, of the vital need for the arts in our schools while building a grass-roots coalition of parents, teachers, communities, community leaders and celebrated individuals who will advocate for, and insist upon, restoring the arts to our children's core curriculum, and to raise monies to support bringing the arts back to our nation's schools including, in some cases, funding the salaries of arts teachers in communities with the greatest need. National research provides overwhelming evidence that children who participate in the arts perform better academically, are less likely to drop out of school and the arts are key to developing creativity, communication, self-esteem and tolerance and respect for the differences in others. To quote Carol Channing andHarry Kullijian - "we are not trying to save the Arts, we are using the Arts to save our children".
For further information or to purchase A VERY BROADWAY CHRISTMAS visit www.channingarts.org.