Hamlisch, Huffman, Naughton, Marcovicci and More Salute Rodgers Feb. 10

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Stars are lining up to take part in Sing for a Cure: A Valentine Cabaret Salute to Richard Rodgers, scheduled for Feb. 10 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

The one-night-only event will benefit The Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association Greater New York Chapter, otherwise known as ALS-NY. As of press time, those taking part in the evening include Lea Salonga, Rebecca Budig, Catherine Crosby, John Dossett, Marvin Hamlisch, Sheldon Harnick, Tripp Hornick, Cady Huffman, Peter Jason, Nicholas King, Kathleen Landis, Jose Llana, Andrea Marcovicci, James Naughton, Robert Newman, Marni Nixon, Charles Osgood, Michelle Pawk, Dennis Parlato, Dana Reeve, Tamara Tuni, Kim Zimmer and the cast of Off-Broadway's Forbidden Broadway. Presented by Michael Zaslow's ZazAngels and The Greater New York Chapter, Sing for a Cure is being organized by ALS President Dorine Gordon. Tickets for Sing for a Cure are priced between $100 and $500 with benefit-level seating beginning at $1,000. Cocktails will be served at 6 PM with the performance scheduled for 7 PM. The Richard Rodgers Theatre — currently the home of Movin' Out — is located in New York City at 226 W. 46th Street. Call (212) 619-1400 or (212) 744-0799 for tickets.

During his lifetime, Richard Rodgers penned over 900 songs. His partnerships with Lorenz Hart and later with Oscar Hammerstein II produced some of the most successful musicals in Broadway history. His works with Hart included On Your Toes, Babes in Arms, I Married an Angel, The Boys from Syracuse, Pal Joey and By Jupiter, and the Rodgers-Hammerstein collaboration spawned Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, Flower Drum Song and The Sound of Music. The hit revival of Oklahoma! currently plays Broadway's Gershwin Theatre, and Flower Drum Song recently opened at the Virginia.

For more information about the ALS organization, visit www.als-ny.org.

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