A star-studded benefit for Hole in the Wall Camps, the world's largest association of camps for children with serious illnesses and life-threatening conditions, will be held April 21 Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall.
Produced by Lou Adler and Kevin Duncan, the 7 PM performance will feature appearances by Paul McCartney, Paul Newman, Julia Roberts, Robin Williams, Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, the Emerson String Quartet and the acrobatic group AntiGravity. Tony Award winner James Naughton will direct the evening, which is titled Stars in the Sky and will include a post-performance dinner and auction.
Paul Newman founded the first Hole in the Wall Camp in 1988 in Ashford, CT. The Association of Hole in the Wall Camps now includes nine camps and will serve over 10,000 children in 2005. For more information visit www.holeinthewallcamps.org.
Tickets for Stars in the Sky are available by calling (212) 462-2900. Tickets range from $250 (performance only) to $50,000 (tickets for ten, prime seating for ten at a post-performance dinner plus listings on the invitation and in the program).