Broadway’s Frozen and The Lion King to Offer Special Actors Fund Performances

Broadway News   Broadway’s Frozen and The Lion King to Offer Special Actors Fund Performances
 
The performances of the Disney musicals will benefit the nonprofit organization.
Caissie Levy and Andile Gumbi
Caissie Levy and Andile Gumbi

The Disney musicals Frozen and The Lion King will offer special performances this summer to benefit the Actors Fund of America.

The July 28 6:30 PM performance of Frozen at the St. James Theatre and the August 9 2 PM performance of The Lion King at the Minskoff Theatre will benefit the non-profit organization.

Each year, Broadway companies donate their time and talent by adding a performance to benefit the nonprofit. Tickets are available by calling (212) 221-7300, ext. 133. For more information, visit ActorsFund.org.

The Actors Fund, founded in 1882, provides for the social welfare of all entertainment professionals. Its spectrum of programs include comprehensive social services, health services, supportive and affordable housing, employment and training services, and skilled nursing and assisted living care.

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