Dec. 1 Taboo Performance to Benefit Cable Positive

News   Dec. 1 Taboo Performance to Benefit Cable Positive
The Dec. 1 performance of the new Boy George musical Taboo will benefit Cable Positive in recognition of World AIDS Day.

VH1 and VH1 Classic are hosting the evening, which includes a post performance celebration at The Paramount. Show time is 8 PM at the Plymouth Theatre on West 46th Street.

According to a statement, Cable Positive "mobilizes the talents, resources, access and influence of the cable and telecommunications industry to raise awareness HIV/AIDS awareness; support HIV/AIDS education, prevention and care; and strive to end stigma by creating a more compassionate climate for people whose lives have been affected by HIV and AIDS." For more information about the organization, visit

Tickets for the evening range from $150 (show only) to $5,000. Call (212) 459-1599 for tickets.


The Rosie O'Donnell-produced Taboo began previews at the Plymouth Theatre Oct. 24 and officially opened Nov. 13. Tickets, priced between $80 and $100, are available through Telecharge, (212) 239- 6200. For more information about the musical, visit

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