'Voices United' Hope to Bring in Aid for WTC Relief Fund, Oct. 29

News   'Voices United' Hope to Bring in Aid for WTC Relief Fund, Oct. 29 A benefit for the World Trade Center relief, "Voices United" will unite Broadway, Off-Broadway and cabaret stars in an evening of song on Monday, Oct. 29 at 7:30 PM.

A benefit for the World Trade Center relief, "Voices United" will unite Broadway, Off-Broadway and cabaret stars in an evening of song on Monday, Oct. 29 at 7:30 PM. Performers scheduled to appear are Broadway's Jeff Blumenkrantz (A Class Act), Victoria Clark (Titanic), Lisa Datz (The Full Monty), Rodney Hicks (Rent), Jamie LaVerdiere (The Producers), Christina Marie Norrup (The Producers) and Tom Schmidt (Annie Get Your Gun) and cabaret's Mary Foster Conklin, Natalie Gamsu, Chelsea Plumley and K.T. Sullivan (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes) as well as Dave Ippolito, mark F. LeBlanc, Kim Ramsey, Rodney Sexton, Richard Van Slyke, Carol Tammen, Jack Waddell and Amy Wolk.

Proceeds from "Voices United" will go to the WTC Relief Fund and the American Red Cross. The concert will be held at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew at 263 W. 86th Street. Preferred seating is $50. For all other seats, any donation is accepted. For reservations, call (212) 544-2612 or (212) 740-7208.

— Steve Luber