ReVision Theatre Company's A Thong for Hope to Benefit BC/EFA

News   ReVision Theatre Company's A Thong for Hope to Benefit BC/EFA
 
The cast of the ReVision Theatre Company's production of The Full Monty — currently playing the Carousel House in Asbury Park, NJ — will produce a benefit concert for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS Aug. 28.

Entitled A Thong for Hope, the 11 PM concert will also be held at the Carousel House on the Boardwalk in Asbury Park, NJ.

A Thong for Hope, according to press notes, will include "an eclectic mix of musical theatre, contemporary rock and some fun distractions, including a talkback with Jeanette (Broadway's Jane Strauss), where you can ask your favorite character questions you're dying to know answers to! Also included will be one cast member singing in a thong, but we're not saying who."

All proceeds will benefit BC/EFA.

ReVision Theatre is a professional regional theatre company dedicated to "producing invigorating theatre with a fresh new perspective reaching the diverse community of Asbury Park and beyond." For more information visit www.revisiontheatre.org.

Tickets are priced $30 (general admission) and $25 (ReVision subscribers, students and ticket stub holders for any already played performance of ReVision's The Full Monty). For more information visit www.broadwaycares.org or www.adam-kern.com/thongconcert.html.

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