Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster and Tony nominee and Grammy Award winner Andrew Rannells will perform for the first time in the 29th Annual Southland Theatre Artists Goodwill Event (S.T.A.G.E.) "Broadway, My Way," being held on Saturday, April 6th at the historic Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.
Foster is a Broadway veteran having received the Tony Award for "Anything Goes" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie." She also originated roles in "Little Women," "The Drowsy Chaperone," and "Young Frankenstein," among others, and currently stars in the ABC Family series "Bunheads."
Rannells received a Tony nomination for his starring role in "The Book of Mormon" for which he also received a Grammy Award for Best Broadway Cast Album. Andrew also appeared on Broadway in "Hairspray" and "Jersey Boys," among others. He currently stars in the Golden Globe-winning HBO comedy series "Girls" and in NBC's hit comedy series "The New Normal."
Other Broadway stars scheduled to appear in the concert that raises critical funds for AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) include Patrick Cassidy, Carole Cook, Karen Culliver, Tyne Daly, Davis Gaines, Florence Henderson, Shirley Jones, Jane Lanier, VICKIE LEWIS, Kimberly Locke, Tom Lowe, Pat Marshall, Patricia Morison, Janis Paige, MADISON CLAIRE PARKS, Valarie Pettiford, Andrew Samonsky, James Snyder, Bruce Vilanch and Joanne Worley.
Additional casting to be announced.
For tickets and detailed information, visit: www.stagela.com or www.apla.org/stage.
AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA), one of the largest non-profit AIDS service organizations in the United States, provides bilingual direct services, prevention education and leadership on HIV/AIDS-related policy and legislation. With nearly 30 years of service, APLA is a community-based, volunteer-supported organization with local, national, and global reach. For more information, visit apla.org.