THE WALTONS 40th Anniversary Reunion: Celebrating Family & Education is set for today, September 29, 2012.
Join The Cast of The Waltons—Kami Cotler, David Harper, Michael Learned, Mary McDonough, Judy Norton, Eric Scott, Richard Thomas, Ralph Waite, Jon Walmsley, creator Earl Hamner Jr. and a star studded assortment of Walton's supporting cast and friends—for their 40th anniversary celebration. The evening will benefit the Environmental Charter Middle School.
Scheduled to participate and attend include: Hal Williams, Bruce Davison, Ronnie Claire Edwards, Joe Conley, Lynn Hamilton, Florence Henderson, Jonathan Frakes, Genie Frances, Keith Coogan, Ellen Geer, Lee Purcell, Charlotte Stewart, Leslie Winston, Tony Becker, Martha Nix Wade, Morgan Woodward, Mariclare Costello, Angel Rhoades, Todd Bridges, Marla Gibbs, Glen Woodmansee, Michael McGreevey, Cissy Wellman, Mayf Nutter, Tom Bower, Claire Peterson, David Doremus, John Dayton, Michael and Marshall Effertz (formerly Reed) and musical performances by classical jazz pianist Paul Cardall.
***Disclaimer: Waltons cast members and special guest appearances are subject to change due to last minute schedule conflict. There will not be an autograph session. This evening is specifically to Honor The Cast and all those who have contributed in making THE WALTONS a television classic.
The event takes place at The Historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre, located at 4401 W 8th St., Los Angeles, Calif., today, Sept. 29, 6:00pm-8:30pm (arrivals at 5:00pm).
3:00-5:45pm: WILL CALL tables will be open
5:00-5:45pm: Red Carpet Arrivals
5:00-7:15pm: Silent auction in The Ebell Theatre Lobby_
9:00-11:30pm: VIP After Party Dinner at The Ebell Club House (Open to VIP ticket holders and Special Guests only)
Tickets are available at www.waltons40th.com via Paypal or at the box office the day of the event.
Ticket price:_ Balcony rows E thru K - $60.00_; Loge rows A thru D - $80.00;
Orchestra rows K thru Z -125.00; VIP & After Party Dinner - $300.00
Environmental Charter Middle School offers students a small, caring school environment that supports their transition from elementary school and prepares them for high school success. Our educational program is designed for students to develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes to succeed in a college preparatory high school and to be effective stewards of their community. For more information, visit http://www.ecmsonline.org.