By Andrew Gans
09 Aug 2012
All proceeds from the performance, an addition to the show’s schedule, will go to The Actors Fund. The company of the hit musical is donating its time and talent to raise funds for the entertainment charity.
The Book of Mormon plays the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, 230 West 49th Street.
Special Performances, according to the Fund, are "among the most thrilling theatrical experiences and the hottest tickets in town. Broadway companies generously give their time and talent by adding these special shows to their already rigorous schedules, and perform for audiences full of their peers from the entertainment community."
For information and to purchase tickets, visit www.actorsfund.org or call (212) 221-7300, ext. 133.
The Actors Fund is a national human services organization that helps everyone—performers and those behind the scenes—who works in performing arts and entertainment, helping more than 12,800 people directly each year, and hundreds of thousands online. Serving professionals in film, theatre, television, music, opera, radio and dance, The Fund’s programs include social services and emergency assistance, health care and insurance, housing, and employment and training services. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, The Actors Fund has—for 130 years—been a safety net for those in need, crisis or transition.