Mister D: Thanks to the beautiful Julia, who might be the only girl (Oh…Cris, too!) to make me straight (but it ain’t happening and I know how disappointed you must be…LOL) Also, Happy Birthday sweetie…hope your wish comes true!
Support Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project!
If you’ve always wanted to see WICKED but could never get a good seat, here’s your chance! Plum Benefits has special access to seats for a benefit performance of WICKED on Sunday, October 7th at 8:00pm. This recently-added benefit performance will raise money for Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project which is partnering with WICKED to create a special WICKED garden in northern Manhattan. This splendiferous garden, which is being designed by WICKED’s associate scenic designer Edward Pierce, will be a green haven for the community in one of Manhattan’s underserved areas. Act now while the best seats are available – not only will you finally get to see WICKED, you will also be doing something “For Good.” *
If any Betteheads want the code it’s PLUMB. Benefit tickets are $150-500
A special benefit performance of Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman’s Wicked will be presented Oct. 7 at 8 PM at Broadway’s Gershwin Theatre.
The extra performance will benefit the New York Restoration Project’s Friendship Garden, a community garden located in upper Manhattan that is currently being restored.
The garden was designed by Wicked’s associate set designer, Edward Pierce, and is located at West 150th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. The garden is scheduled to open on Wicked Day, Oct. 28, at a public ceremony hosted by the founder of the New York Restoration Project, Bette Midler.
The Friendship Garden, according to a press statement, “will become a public green oasis in one of New York City’s underserved neighborhoods. The garden will feature elements inspired by Wicked including a yellow brick road and likenesses of the musical’s characters, as well as flexible space for use by the neighborhood and the New Heights Academy, a charter school adjacent to the garden.”
Tickets for the benefit performance â€” priced $150-$500 â€” are available by calling (212) 307-4100 or by visiting www.ticketmaster.com.
For more information about the New York Restoration Project, visit www.NYRP.org.