Miracle on 34th Street Benefit, Featuring Tony Yazbeck, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Jim Brochu, Offered Dec. 12

News   Miracle on 34th Street Benefit, Featuring Tony Yazbeck, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Jim Brochu, Offered Dec. 12
Douglas Leland, Steve Schalchlin, Tony Yazbeck, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Jim Brochu, Rachel Resheff and Brian Childers star in the one-night-only performance of Meredith Willson's Miracle on 34th Street Dec. 12 at The St. Luke’s Theatre.

Tony Yazbeck
Tony Yazbeck Photo by John Fortunato

The 7 PM show, which benefits the Actors Fund, features direction by Theatrical Gems artistic director Jacob Shoesmith-Fox, with musical direction by Seth Bisen-Hersh and choreography by Brett Radek.

The company also includes Vincent D'Elia, Daniel Greenwood, Alex Pearlman, Jonathan G. Galvez, Mark Donaldson, Ashley Boehm, Victoria Broadhurst, Amber Carson, Ethan Khusidman, Kristen Michelle, Robert Mintz, Daniel Moser, Brett Radek, Emily Rosenfeld, Sarah Caldwell Smith and Jennifer Teska.

Miracle on 34th Street features a book, music and lyrics by Willson. The musical, according to press notes, "is based on the classic 20 Century Fox film in which a Macy's Department Store Santa (Brochu), who believes himself to be the real Kris Kringle, helps bring the spirit of Christmas to a precocious young girl, her mother (Greenberg), and a retired Marine (Yazbeck)."

The Actors Fund is a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment. The Fund is a safety net, providing programs and services for those who are in need, crisis or transition.

Theatrical Gems produces Miracle on 34th Street. (When the show premiered on Broadway, it was under the title Here's Love.) The organization, a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, strives to educate audiences about the past, present and future of theatre. 

The St. Luke's Theatre is located at 308 West 46th Street. For tickets, priced $25, email tickets@theatricalgems.org. For more information, visit www.theatricalgems.org.

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