Adam Jacobs, Liz Gillies and More Set for BEYOND THE STORM Benefit, 12/9
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by BWW News Desk
In a show of community strength and compassion, Bergen Performing Arts Centeris proud to present: Beyond The Storm - A Relief Concert to Benefit The Victims of Hurricane Sandy, that will take place on Sunday, December 9th at 7PM.
The concert will feature Savion Glover, poet Carlos Andrés Goméz, Bobby Creighton, Ali Ewoldt, Joy Hermalyn, Adam Jacobs, Elisabeth Stanley, Ali Stroker and more to be announced–all of whom have graciously donated their performances and time to this worthy cause in aiding the victims from Hurricane Sandy. 100% of all funds will be shared among three charities, The Hurricane Sandy Jersey Relief Fund, Pet Res Q who continues to find displaced animals from the storm new homes and the School Districts of Moonachie and Little Ferry. Bergen Performing Arts Center and Ticketmaster has waived all normal ticket fees for this performance and bergenPAC’s union stage hands have donated their time in making this show a success-truly a testament of the community coming together to help those in need.
Broadway performer and creative director Kelli Rabke Agresta with bergenPAC’s Education Director Alexander Diaz have conceptualized an spectacular evening of magnificent performance and a night of giving. The show also includes performances from Bergen County’s youngest and brightest national stars including Liz Gillies “Jade” of Nickelodeon's Victorious, singer/songwriter & actress Heather Braverman, Scarlett Diaz- from The National Tour of Shrek-The Musical, 2012 Englewood Idol Winner Brian Park and special performances from the students from the Bergen Performing Arts School.
Tickets are available now at Ticketmaster.com or bergenPAC.org or by calling the box office at 201 227 1030. Consider coming to this great event that will be a memorable and entertaining evening for the entire family and know that while you are having a good time, 100% of your money is being donated to those most affected by Hurricane Sandy. For more information or to make a donation call bergenPAC at 201 227-1030.