Contributions to Broadway Cares

Just want to say for those who might want to contribute to Broadway Cares, the cut off date for checks arriving is April 25th.

Info from My April 14 Post:
Make a check out to “Broadway Cares” and send it to me at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, 230 West 49th St, NY, NY 10019. If you send $75 you get a playbill signed by the whole cast. If you send $150 you get a Play poster signed by everyone. For $200 you get my memoir personally signed to you from me.

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  1. One of my favorite films is Sunday in New York..in light of today’s society, some may find the material dated…but I get such great enjoyment from the film and am always thoroughly entertained…unfortunately, it rarely shows up on television and is not available on Netflix…
    Also, I think it could be a wonderful stage production…maybe even a musical…I can see Hugh Jackman as one of the leads….what do you think?

  2. I’ll try! Oh boy, will I try. Haha. Good luck with this.

  3. Have you ever read Max Lucado’s book You are special (a story for everyone)? I wanted to send some information to you. I can truly recommend this!

    The world tells kids, “You’re special if…. If you have the brains, the looks, the talent.”

    God tells them. “You’re special just because. No qualifications necessary.”

    Only one of these messages will find its place in their hearts. That’s why every child you know needs to hear this one, reassuring truth: “You Are Precious in His Sight”.

    Max Lucado’s delightful, fully illustrated children’s tale from the pages of Tell Me the Secrets will help you say it again and again…with love.

    Every day the small wooden people called Wemmicks do the same thing: stick either gold stars or gray dots on one another. The pretty ones—those with smooth wood and fine paint—always get stars. The talented ones do, too. Others, though, who can do little or who have chipped paint, get ugly gray dots. Like Punchinello.

    In this heartwarming children’s tale from the best-selling pen of author Max Lucado, Eli the woodcarver helps Punchinello understand how special he is—no matter what other Wemmicks may think. It’s a vital message for children everywhere: that regardless of how the world evaluates them, God cherishes each of them, just as they are.

  4. Your a very pretty woman (with enough makeup), a treasonous bitch and a bull dyke. Being pretty doesn’t offset the other two attributes.

  5. Jane,

    Thank you for reminding us. I’m sure you have raised a significant amount already. I hope you reach your goal.
    I personally love buying Broadway memorabilia, and look forward to adding to my collection each year.
    Broadway performers have the biggest hearts.

  6. Sadly I’m out-of-town and won’t make it home in time to grab my check book and send one your way. Any chance of an extension? My apologies!

    Best,
    Amanda

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