Wonderland's Carly Rose Sonenclar to Perform At Mt. Sinai 11/10

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Tomorrow, November 10, 12-year old Broadway and TV personality Carly Rose Sonenclar (Wonderland, Les Miserables, Electric Company) will be making a return guest appearance and performing live at the Mt. Sinai KidZone TV studio. After her successful show in July, Mount Sinai invited Carly back to KidZone to do a series of shows.

For tomorrow's show Carly has invited a special guest, Nancy Silberkleit, the Co-CEO of Archie Comics. Nancy has created an education division at Archie that has launched Comic Book Fairs- a tool for raising literacy in the classroom. Her work to establish ComicBookFairs.com focuses on the core of the academic learning experience. Silberkleit embraces raising the awareness about the importance of reading and the role of comic books in the classroom and coined the phrase "Comic Books+ Children= Reading". After Nancy's presentation Carly will be performing the song "Rise Above" from Spider-Man on Broadway.

Mount Sinai's KidZone TV is a state of the art, interactive production and internal broadcast studio within the children?s hospital. KidZone TV produces live programming at least twice a day, seven days a week, for pediatric patients and families throughout the medical center on a dedicated
channel.

Hospitalized children, who are confined to their rooms, will be able to tune in and view the program live and participate by calling in and asking a question, while children who are not confined to their rooms have the opportunity to attend the performance in the studio. For more information on KZTV visit: http://www.mschildlife.org/KZTV.html

Carly is appearing under the auspices of the Starlight Children's Foundation NY*NJ*CT. She is honored to be partnering with this terrific organization and will be working with them on many different exciting projects throughout the upcoming year.

The Starlight Children's Foundation makes a world of difference for seriously ill children and their families. Since 1985, the NY*NJ*CT chapter has been offering hope and a brighter future for seriously ill children. The goal of the Foundation is to help these children experience the simple joys of being a child. Each year, Starlight serves over 275,000 critically, chronically, and terminally ill children throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. For more information visit: http://www.starlight-newyork.org/


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