Produced by Murphy Cross, Paul Kreppel, Donna Murphy, Lucie Arnaz and Bonnie Kole, the evening will benefit The Actors Fund and honor longtime Broadway musical director and keyboardist Fran Liebergall, who is living with MS.
Arnaz and Klein's "back-up singers" will include Donna Murphy, who made her Broadway debut in Song; Debbie Gravitte; Marsha Waterbury; Broadway producer Roy Miller, who appeared in a tour of the musical; Andy Roth; John Hillner; and Michael Heath.
The concert will also boast Victor Garber, who will perform Stephen Sondheim's "No One Is Alone"; Jack Noseworthy, who will re-create "I Cannot Hear the City" from Sweet Smell of Success; and Hamlisch and original A Chorus Line cast members, who will share anecdotes about and perform highlights from the award-winning musical.
Also scheduled to appear with Tony winner Hamlisch are Kelly Bishop, Liz Callaway, Lesley Gore, Priscilla Lopez, Robert LuPone, Donna McKechnie, Donald Pippin, Billy Stritch and Sammy Williams. Show time is 7:30 PM.
Cross and Kreppel will direct the evening, which will feature musical direction by Ron Abel. Tickets are $250, $100, $50 and can be purchased online at www.symphonyspace.org or by visiting the Symphony Space box office. Symphony Space is located in Manhattan at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street.
The Actors Fund, which was founded in 1882, is a non-profit organization that provides for the social welfare of all entertainment professionals. Some of the many programs The Actors Fund provides include a nursing home and assisted living care facility; senior and disabled programs; mental health services; chemical dependency services; entertainment industry assistance programs; the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative; the AIDS Initiative; and supportive housing on both coasts.
For more information visit www.actorsfund.org.