Block, Arcelus, Lazar, Finley and More to Headline Red Fern Theatre Company Benefit

News   Block, Arcelus, Lazar, Finley and More to Headline Red Fern Theatre Company Benefit
The Red Fern Theatre Company, founded in 2006 by Emilie E. Miller and Melanie Moyer Williams, will host a cabaret fundraiser featuring songs and personal stories from a line-up of Broadway's leading talent.

Among the stars scheduled for the Sept. 10 evening are Sebastian Arcelus (Wicked), Stephanie J. Block (Wicked, Pirate Queen, Boy from Oz), Felicia Finley (Wedding Singer), Aaron Lazar (Les Miserables, Light in the Piazza), Tom Plotkin (High Fidelity) and Brian Charles Rooney (Threepenny Opera).

Entitled An Evening of Personal Stories, the 8 PM fundraiser will be held at the Triad Theatre, located in Manhattan at 158 West 72nd Street. Tickets are $25; for reservations visit


The Red Fern Theatre Company was founded to intersect socially conscious theatre and the philanthropies relating to dramatic subject matter. Ticket proceeds from each production directly benefit a corresponding charitable organization. Among the productions produced by the Red Fern Theatre Company are Lee Blessing's Patient A and Two Rooms, Donald Margulies' Found a Peanut, The Long Christmas Ride Home by Paula Vogel and Stars in a Dark Sky by R.E. Vickers.

The past beneficiaries of Red Fern's mission include the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture, The Hetrick-Martin Institute, Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility and Village Care of New York's AIDS Network.

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