Reading Of VALLEY OF THE DOLLS Will Benefit Los Angeles Lgbt Center & The Alcott Center
Steve Tyler Presents has announced an all-star benefit reading of Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls, directed by Richard Hochberg, for two performances only at the Los Angeles LGBT Center's Renberg Theatre. Susann's infamous tale of cutthroat careerism, wild sex, and fierce female protagonists will be on hilarious display with performances on Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4, at 8pm. One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit Alcott Center for Mental Health Services and the Los Angeles LGBT Center.
May is Mental Health Month, when we work to raise awareness about mental health and stop the stigma often surrounding it, keeping people from getting the treatment they need, noted Nick Maiorino, Executive Director, Alcott Center for Mental Health Services.
The all-star cast features:
Steve Bluestein as Ted Casablanca/Claude Cardot
Wilson Cruz as Neely O'Hara
Joely Fisher as Narrator (Friday)
Mo Gaffney as Bellamy
Robert Gant as Kevin Gilmore
Tom Lenk as Mel Anderson
Greg Louganis as Tony Polar
Alec Mapa as Anne Wells
Laraine Newman as Narrator (Saturday)
Sheryl Lee Ralph as Helen Lawson
Gordon Thomson as Lyon Burke
Joan Van Ark as Miriam Polar
Bruce Vilanch as Jennifer North
Marissa Jaret Winokur as Miss Steinberg
General admission tickets are $70 and include a post-show reception with the cast. VIP tickets ($120) include priority seating and post-show dessert reception with the cast. Reserved VIP tickets ($250) include reserved seating and dessert reception with the cast. A Premium VIP package ($1000) is available and includes two reserved premium seats, a poster signed by the cast, name or ad in the program, a shout-out from the stage, and dessert reception with the cast. Tickets are on sale now and available online at http://bit.ly/2HGKxlR or by calling the LGBT Center's box office at 323-860-7300.
Valley of the Dolls is presented through special arrangement with Tiger LLC, in association with Lisa Bishop and Whitney Robinson.