Artists for World Peace Benefit, With Clarke Thorell, Larkin Bogan, Allison Strong, Liana Hunt and More, Held Oct. 13

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13 Oct 2013

Allison Strong
Allison Strong

The third annual Artists for World Peace on Broadway, an intimate evening of song and dance, is offered Oct. 13 at 8:45 PM at Manhattan nightspot 54 Below.

Actress Sharone Sayegh (Mamma Mia!) and Lee Godburn co-produce the event, which features Stephen Carrasco (Kinky Boots, Ghost, Billy Elliot), Natalie Gallo (Jersey Boys), Liana Hunt (Newsies), Clarke Thorell (Annie, Hairspray, Titanic), Josephine Roberts (Rock of Ages), Ian Paget (Soul Doctor, Leap of Faith), Ryan Worsing (Chicago, Shrek), Dierdre Friel (Leap of Faith), Sayegh (Mamma Mia!), Sean Allan Krill (On a Clear Day…, Mamma Mia!), Blake Whyte (Wicked, Mamma Mia!), Larkin Bogan (Wicked, American Idiot), Allison Strong (Mamma Mia!, Bye Bye Birdie), Frank Calamaro (Two by Two) and Monica Kapoor (Mamma Mia!).

Proceeds support the ongoing work of Artists for World Peace, a non-profit organization whose goal is to "feed the hungry, house the poor, and encourage peace throughout the world, working one person, one family, one community at a time."

Artists for World Peace on Broadway 3 is co-hosted by brothers Paul and Robbie Rescigno and features musical direction by Sonny Paladino (Pippin, Billy Elliot).

An original Bollywood dance piece, choreographed by Monica Kapoor (Mamma Mia!, "Smash"), will close the performance. Throughout the evening, each singer will wear the International Peace Belt during his or her performance, as will Kapoor.



"The generosity of the contributing Broadway performers is overwhelming," said Wendy Black-Nasta, founder and director of Artists for World Peace, in a statement. "Sharone offered to bring Artists for World Peace to Broadway, and this is the third year in a row that she has put together an all star cast of stars for us!"

54 Below is located at 254 W. 54th Street. Tickets, priced $150, include an after party with the cast. For more information, visit ArtistsForWorldPeace.org.