Kymberli McKanna Talks About Broadway To Rescue Fundraiser To Benefit Hope Of The Valley Rescue Mission
Kymberli McKanna along with Michael-Leon Wooley brought Broadway to the El Portal Theater in North Hollywood, with an elite cast of Broadway veterans taking the stage for a one-night only benefit concert performing numbers from the award-winning Broadway shows that put them on the map. A stellar night of song and dance with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission. Panera Bread graciously came on board to sponsor the evening.
The incredible cast of performers include: Chandra Lee Schwartz (Wicked, Gypsy), Rhett George (Sweet Charity, Memphis), J. Elaine Marcos (Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Annie), Joan Almedilla (Miss Saigon), Jessica Snow Wilson (Little Shop of Horrors, Les Miserables), Alexis Carra (Sweet Charity, Wicked), Jessica Lea Patty (A Chorus Line, Evita), Sharon Catherine Brown (Dreamgirls, Joseph & The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), Kathy Deitch (Wicked, Footloose), Ava Gaudet (Rent), Clent Bowers (Cats, Big), Marc Petrosino (Little Shop of Horrors), Lynette Dupree (Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk), Benjamin Schrader (The Book of Mormon, Ragtime), James Delisco Beeks (Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Aida), Gwen Hollander (Little Women), Christian Anderson (Avenue Q, Rent), Stephanie Fredricks (Wonderful Town), Davis Jackson, Janaya Mahealani Jones and many more!
“I was honored enough to see the new Hope of the Valley facility, and learn about the life-changing services they will be providing. I jumped at the chance to perform for a good cause with my West Coast Broadway family.” – Jessica Snow Wilson (Broadway’s Les Miserables, Little Shop of Horrors).
The event was produced by Michael-Leon Wooley, along with Associate Producers J. Elaine Marcos and Kymberli McKanna.
About Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission
Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission demonstrates compassionate concern for individuals lacking means to provide food, shelter, and clothing for themselves and their families. We believe everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, political persuasion or religious affiliation are entitled to receive essential life services. www.hopeofthevalley.org.