Todrick Hall and Sheryl Lee Ralph Go Hollywood With DIVAS Simply Singing!

Benefits and Galas   Todrick Hall and Sheryl Lee Ralph Go Hollywood With DIVAS Simply Singing!
The December 9 concert benefits the D.I.V.A. HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness program.
Todrick Hall
Todrick Hall

Broadway’s Todrick Hall and Sheryl Lee Ralph will be featured in the 27th annual DIVAS Simply Singing!, the annual fundraiser for the California-based D.I.V.A. Foundation for HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness, December 9 at the Taglyan Cultural Center In Hollywood, California.

Also scheduled to take part are stars from TV and pop music including R&B singers Kenny Lattimore and Rahsaan Patterson, Chicago Soul singer Terisa Griffin, plus Black-ish actor Jenifer Lewis, who will be autographing copies of her new memoir, The Mother of Black Hollywood.

DIVAS Simply Singing! will be hosted by D.I.V.A. (“Divinely Inspired Victoriously Aware”) founder Ralph, who originated the role of Dee Jones in Broadway’s Dreamgirls.

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“We are always trying to find creative ways to continue to raise HIV/AIDS awareness,” Ralph says. “Anytime you put on an event for over 25 years, there’s the danger of becoming old, too familiar and having the community take you for granted. So this year, we thought we would do something different and host it in a smaller venue that brings everyone closer together for maximum interaction and enjoyment.”

Hall, the former American Idol contestant who returned to Broadway last season to take over the role of Lola in Kinky Boots, is this year’s recipient of the The D.I.V.A. Foundation’s Vision Award.

DIVAS Simply Singing! will also honor the drivers for Project Angel Food, who give their time to help feed people battling critical illness. For nearly 35 years, volunteers and staff have cooked and delivered meals to the sick, free of charge, to homes throughout Los Angeles County. Some of the proceeds from this year’s DIVAS Simply Singing! will go to support Project Angel Food.

The Taglyan Cultural Center is located at 1201 Vine Street in Hollywood. To order tickets, click here.


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