Chicago's Hardin Will Offer Benefit Concerts in Hollywood March 20-22

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Melora Hardin, "The Office" star who recently made her Broadway debut in Chicago, will offer three concerts to benefit the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center later this month.
Melora Hardin
Melora Hardin

Melora Hardin Sings for the Center will be presented March 20 and 21 at 8 PM and March 22 at 7 PM at the Renberg Theatre. Richard Jay-Alexander will direct the evenings with musical direction by Ben Toth. Concertgoers can expect standards and original songs.

An actress, singer and songwriter, Melora Hardin's numerous screen credits include "The Office," "The Comebacks," "Monk," "Me, Mom, Dad, and Her," "Gilmore Girls," "Without a Trace," "Thank You for Smoking," "Boston Legal," "Judging Amy," "Once and Again," "Certain Guys," "Erasable You," "Absolute Power," "Renegade," "Touched By an Angel" and "Friends." Hardin was seen this past summer as Fantine in the Hollywood Bowl's Les Misérables in Concert. She will be seen in April in the Zac Efron film "Seventeen Again" and in "Hannah Montana: The Movie."

Tickets, priced $25, are available by visiting www.lagaycenter.org/box office or by calling (323) 860-7300. The Renberg Theater @ The Village is located at 1125 N. McCadden Pl. in Hollywood, CA.

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