Nicole Parker, Tony Vincent, Paul Canaan, Craig D’Amico, Matthew Scott and More Set for White Christmas Benefit
13 Dec 2012
Vicki and Chris Le Vine, along with The Broadway Dreams Foundation, will present the third annual White Christmas at Sweetwater Farm and Grace Winery, described as an "old-fashioned piano party and cabaret," Dec. 16 at 2 PM and 6 PM in the Winery's barn.
The performances will feature Broadway actors as well as talented local BDF students. Proceeds will help to fund scholarships for worthy aspiring performers.
Sweetwater Farm and Grace Winery is located at 50 Sweetwater Road, Glen Mills, PA.
Tickets for the 2 PM matinee performance of White Christmas at Sweetwater Farm and Grace Winery are $150 for priority seating and $100 for standard seating. Matinee guests will be treated to wine, holiday punch and cookies. Tickets for the evening performance are available at three levels: Marquee Tickets are $1,000 and include an exclusive pre-show cocktail welcome reception, top priority seating, a post-concert reception and light buffet, a bottle of wine from Grace Winery and will cover a full BDF student scholarship; Supporting Cast Tickets are $500 and include the cocktail reception, light buffet and priority seating; Ensemble Tickets are $250 and include the cocktail reception and light buffet.
Call (610) 459-4711 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve tickets. Seating is limited.
The Broadway Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization "dedicated to training, mentoring and providing career opportunities to the next generation of musical theater performers. Intensive programs are offered nationally throughout the year, led by an exceptional faculty of high-profile Broadway professionals."
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