Parker, Monk, Ellis, Ziemba and Danieley Will Be Part of Drama League Gala Benefit

News   Parker, Monk, Ellis, Ziemba and Danieley Will Be Part of Drama League Gala Benefit
Additional theatre artists have joined the roster of talent set to take part in the 24th annual spring gala benefit for The Drama League, which is entitled A Musical Celebration of Broadway Honoring Roger Berlind.
Mary Louise Parker
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As previously announced, the starry evening will be presented Feb. 11 at the Rainbow Room, high atop Rockefeller Plaza. Directed by B.T. McNicholl, the celebration will boast performances by Brian Stokes Mitchell, Donna Murphy, Carolee Carmello, Gregg Edelman and James Naughton. Curtains Tony winner David Hyde Pierce will host the evening. Newcomers to the event include Mary-Louise Parker, Debra Monk, Scott Ellis, Walter Bobbie, Karen Ziemba and Jason Danieley.

The annual benefit will begin at 7 PM with a cocktail reception, which includes a silent auction/raffle. A seated dinner and the performance will follow at 8 PM.

The Musical Celebration was written by David Thompson and will feature musical direction by Paul Gemignani.

Roger Berlind has been producing Broadway shows for more than three decades. His numerous credits include Copenhagen; Kiss Me, Kate; Proof; Anna in the Tropics; Caroline, or Change; Wonderful Town; Doubt; The History Boys; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Deuce; and The Year of Magical Thinking. He is currently represented on Broadway with Curtains, Is He Dead? and Rock 'n' Roll as well as the upcoming revivial of Gypsy starring Patti LuPone.

The Rainbow Room is located at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor. Tickets, priced $750-$2,500, are available by calling Travis Collard at (212) 244-9494, ext. 5.

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The Drama League was founded in 1916 "as an association of theatre professionals and patrons dedicated to encouraging the finest in professional theatre and has since then developed into the theatre's premiere service organization."

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