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Laura Michelle Kelly, Marc Kudisch and More Join BROADWAY'S GOT GUTS Benefit, 11/2

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More stars have joined BROADWAY'S GOT GUTS to celebrate the memory of Nancy LaMott on the 20th anniversary of her death to benefit the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America on Monday, November 2, 2015 at 6 PM at the Friars Club, 57 East 55th Street, New York City.

Laura Michelle Kelly, Marc Kudisch, Lauren Molina, Betsy Wolfe, Brandon Uranowitz, Elizabeth Ward Land, Chelsea Morgan Stock have joined the many others already announced.

Hosted by Seth Rudetsky, with music direction by Tedd Firth, produced by David Friedman, Peter Yawitz, Marc Eliot, Toby Ellen Sarna, Barbara Kaynan. Event chairs: Wendy & Dr. Robert Federman, Lenora & John Klein, Suzan & Hon. Jerry Kremer, Robin Modell, Marilyn Chinitz & Piero Pozzi, and Randi Rahm.

NOW scheduled to perform: Matt Doyle, Adam Kantor, Judy Kaye, Alix Korey, Norm Lewis, Karen Mason, Howard McGillin, Laura Michele Kelly, Marc Kudisch, Lauren Molina, Betsy Wolfe, Brandon Uranowitz, Elizabeth Ward Land, and Chelsea Morgan Stock.

Honoree: Max Federman, son of Broadway producer Wendy Federman ("Something Rotten," "The Gin Game," "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime," "Pippin") and Dr. Robert Federman.

Nancy LaMott (1951-1995) was one of the greatest singers of American Popular Standards. Her remarkable career was cut short when she died twenty years ago. At age seventeen, she was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. At the height of her popularity Nancy performed at the most prestigious clubs in New York, and sang twice at the White House for President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton. Her recordings are loved by thousands of fans around the world.

CROHN'S & COLITIS FOUNDATION OF AMERICA is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The Greater New York chapter serves Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and the Bronx funding research, raising awareness, and providing education and support to IBD patients and their families. Visit ccfa.org for more.

For event information, go to www.ccfa.org/chapters/newyork/broadwaysgotguts.html.


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