July 29, 2014

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Big Fish's Brad Oscar Joins Only Make Believe to Bring Theatre, Healing, to NYC Kids in Need

Dedicated to the idea that freeing a child's imagination is a valuable part of any healing process, Only Make Believe is a non-profit organization that brings interactive theatre to children in New York City health care facilities. Playbill caught up with the OMB company as they were about to begin a performance at New Alternatives for Children, a facility providing services to children with disabilities and chronic illnesses. OMB honorary board member Brad Oscar (a cast member of Broadway-bound Big Fish) and OMB founder Dena Hammerstein chatted with Playbill about the organization and its mission while the talented company performed for a roomful of smiling kids.

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