Following the Oct. 29 matinee performances of their respective shows, members of Broadway Kids Care will hold its second annual Halloween festival and create pails of treats for the children of Freedom House, a New York City shelter for disabled women and children who are victims of domestic violence, and its adjacent facility, Secret Garden.
Cast members from 13, All My Sons, Mary Poppins, South Pacific, Gypsy, The Little Mermaid, A Tale of Two Cities and The Lion King are set to gather with children from Freedom House at the Ritz Carlton for the Halloween festival.
Created in 2007 by Kelly Gonda, Broadway Kids Care brings children from various Broadway productions together to perform community service and raise funds for charitable causes.
Broadway Kids Care has also performed charitable work for the Lillian Booth Actor's Home, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, as well as for soldiers currently serving in Iraq.
Further information is available by visiting BwayKidsCare.