A host of theatre artists will join forces December 10 at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, for the second annual Broadway Beats Hunger.
All proceeds from the 7 PM performance will go to Summit Medical Group Foundation and Community Food Bank of New Jersey’s joint initiative, Food, Health and Hope: An Answer to Diabetes, which is committed to reducing the impact of New Jersey’s diabetes epidemic.
Broadway performers scheduled to perform include Norbert Leo Butz, Kyle Dean Massey, Erika Henningsen, Sarah Walsh, Jennie Harney-Flemming, Alysha Umphress, Bradley Gibson, Ellyn Marie Marsh, Taylor Frey, Jacob Gutierrez, Joey Taranto, Wallace Smith, Andy Kelso, Sheila Coyle, Natalie Joy Johnson, Kyle Post, Jonathan Raviv, Rachel Prather, Catherine Brunell, Judy McLane, and Haven Burton.
“We are thrilled to have this opportunity to present this energetic, live musical performance with Broadway’s best actors, dancers, and singers to raise critical funds for the Food, Health and Hope diabetes initiative,” said Dr. William Tansey, Summit Medical Group Cardiologist and member of the Board of Directors for SMGF. “Helping minimize the impact of diabetes throughout New Jersey starts with education and access to nutritious foods. By partnering with the Community FoodBank of New Jersey, we can draw much-needed attention to this life-changing initiative and provide hope for the millions at risk.”
General admission tickets are $50 for adults ($25 for children), and VIP tickets at $100 offer premium seating and access to a special VIP reception.
Tickets are available at smg-foundation.org.