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Photo Flash: BIG FISH Cast Bring Holiday Joy at SING FOR YOUR SENIORS Performance

On Tuesday, December 17th, members of the Broadway company of Big Fish joined forces with Sing For Your Seniors (SFYS) to bring a special holiday performance to Encore Senior Center in midtown. The musical session, hosted by Sing For Your Seniors Board Member Daniel Torres (Evita, The Woman in White, Pirate Queen) included holiday favorites and songs from Big Fish. Check out photos from the event below!

Performers included Jason Lee Garrett (Big Fish, Evita), Bobby Steggert (Big Fish, Ragtime, 110 in the Shade), Leah Hofmann (Big Fish, War Horse), Molly Mastrangelo (Westchester Broadway, Walt Disney World), Kirsten Scott (Big Fish, Follies, Hairspray), John L. Kelly (Big Fish Electrician), Ryan Andes (Big Fish) along with David Gardos (Big Fish, Chaplin, In the Heights (Nt'l Tour)) on piano. Seniors and administrative staff enjoyed a one-hour session with a "meet and greet" visit after the performance.

Sing For Your Seniors, Inc. is a non-profit organization that uses music to change lives. We provide senior citizens with immediate and long-term benefits through musical enrichment in adult day centers, in hospitals and in living centers. Our seniors build ongoing relationships with talented young Broadway and Broadway-bound performers as they connect through music. Our volunteer performers get to "give back" as they share their talents with enthusiastic audiences. For more information on Sing For Your Seniors or to apply to perform with us in NYC, visit www.singforyourseniors.org.

Photo Credit: Liz Pearce Photography


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