April 18, 2015

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Anything Goes When It's Time For "Carols for a Cure"

Whether it's a funky rap about Christmas onboard Anything Goes' SS American or a version of "Silent Night" sung in both English and a South African dialect delivered by the cast of The Lion King, all bets are off when Lynn Pinto and her recording crew get down to business for the latest edition of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' "Carols for a Cure." To see Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark's Reeve Carney and T.V. Carpio deliver the holiday cheer, click here.




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