Calling All Angels, a Benefit for Gregory Kennell, Will Feature Andersen, Coulter, Dexter and Sullivan | Playbill

News Calling All Angels, a Benefit for Gregory Kennell, Will Feature Andersen, Coulter, Dexter and Sullivan
On April 10 John Hoglund and Geri Malino will present Calling All Angels, an afternoon to benefit former MAC board of director, graphic artist and cabaret/theatre champion Gregory Kennell, at The Laurie Beechman Cabaret Theatre.

A musical brunch with Jerry Scott and friends will begin at 1 PM followed by a 2 PM performance that will feature the talents of Tom Andersen, Esther Beckman, David Brian Colbert, Joyce Breach, Scott Coulter, Cynthia Crane, John De Marco, Baby Jane Dexter, Lina Koutrakos, Sue Matsuki, Julie Reyburn, Steve Ross, Jerry Scott, Marcus Simeone, Tracy Stark and KT Sullivan.

The afternoon, according to press notes, will raise funds for for "the ongoing therapeutic process necessary to help Greg Kennell regain motor skills and return to a normal life after almost two months in a coma at St. Vincent's Hospital as a result of demyelinating encephalitis and related consequences."

Gregory Kennell has designed numerous graphic art for albums (Julie Reyburn, Craig Rubano, Marcus Simeone) as well as logos and ads for numerous magazines, newspapers and fliers. He is an artist and craftsman and is highly regarded in his field. Kennell also served as a board of director for the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs (MAC) for several years.

General seating is $25; angel seating is $50. The Laurie Beechman Cabaret Theatre is located inside and downstairs at The West Bank Café, 407 West 42nd Street. For reservations call (212) 695-6909.

* For those who cannot attend and/or would like to make a donation to help, please make checks payable to Geri Malino and mail to 54 West 16th Street, Ste. 16C, New York, NY 10011.

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